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A CATALOGUE 


OP 


THE QEBEK OOINS 


THE BRITISH MITSEtTM;. 




CATALOG 

OF THE 




LYOAONIA 


GEOEGE FEANCIS 


HILL, M.A. 


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PEEFACE BY THE KEEPEE OF GOIM 


This volume of the Catalogue of Greek Coins in the British 
Museum describes the coinages of Lycaonia, Isauria^ and Cilicia, 

The size of the coins is given in inches and tenths, and the 
weight in English grains. Tables for converting grains into 
grammes and inches into millimetres, as well as^i^tc^ the measures 
of Mionnet/s scale, are placed at the end of the volume. The 
sources from which the various specimens passed into the British 
Museum are noted in square brackets after the descriptions, in all 
cases where it seemed desirable to place the provenance of the coins 
on record. A map has been added, showing in red letters the 
position (wherever it has been determined) of the cities that 
issued coins. 

In the Introduction an attempt has been made to combine with 
the information supplied by the coins in the British Museum the 
additional evidence supplied by specimens in other museums and 
private collections. Some of the more remarkable of such speci- 
mens are illustrated on Plate xL 

The whole work has been written by Mr. G. P. Hill, Assistant 
in the Department of Goins and Medals. I have carefully read 
the proof sheets, and have compared the descriptions in the text 
with the original coins, in which work I have received much 
assistance from Mr. Warwick Wroth. 

BARCLAY V. HEAD. 

Jtme^ 1900 . 




PAGE 

Preface y 

Additions and Corrections xiii 

Introduction xvii 

I. LYCAOMA xvii 

A. — Cities of the Koinon: 

Barata xix 

Dalisandus xix 

Derbe xx 

Hyde xx 

Ilistra ......... xxi 

Laranda ......... xxi 

Savatra xxi 

B. — Laodicea Combusta xxii 

C. — The Colonies : 

Iconinm xxiii 

Lystra xxv 

Parlais xxv 

II. ISAUKTA . xxvi 

Isaiira , . . xxvi 

III. CILICIA . . . . . . . . . xxviii 

Cilicia Tracheia. 

A. — The Pamphylian Border xxxi 

Carailia . . xxxi 

Casae . . xxxii 

Cibyra Minor . xxxii 

Coiybrassus . . xxxiii 

Laertes . . ♦ . . . . . , xxxiv 

' Lyrbe . . xxxv 


CONTENTS. 


viii 

PAC4K 

B.--.COAST District from Cibyra to Anemurium : 

Coracesium xxxv 

Syedra . . . . . .... xxxvi 

lotape xxxvi 

Selinus , . * xxxvii 

Oestrus xxxviii 

Aiitiochia 7179 irapaXtov , ' • . . . . xxxviii 

Lamus . . . . . . . . . xxxix 

0 , — The Coast from Anemurium to the Calycadnus xl 

Anemurium xl 

Nagidus xli 

Myus . . . . . . . ... xlvi 

Celenderis . xlvi 

Aphrodisias 1 

Holmi i 

D. — Inland District of Cetis, &c li 

Olba, Lalassis and Cennatis iii 

Diocaesarea Iv 

Coropissus ........ Ivi 

Claudiopolis (Mut) ....... ivii 

Ninica Claudiopolis Iviii 

Germanicopolis lix 

Titiopolis . . . ... . . . lx 

Irenopolis . . , Ixi 

Philadelphia Ixiii 

Seleucia Ixiv 

E. — Coast Cities from the Calycadnus to the Lasius : 

Cory CHS Ixvii 

Elaeussa-Sebaste Ixviii 

Gilida Fedias. 

E, — Western District : 

Soli-Pompeiopolis Ixxi 

Zephyrium Ixxv 

Tarsus Ixxvi 

Adana . . xcviii 



CONTENTS. 


IX 


.■■'G.---EjEAMUS TaHLEY, &€..■■:: 

Hieropolis-Castabala c 

Anazarbus . . ... . . . cii 

Flaviopolis . . . . ’ . . . . evil 

Augusta cviii 

Mopsus cix 

Aegeae . • . . . , . . ' . . cxii 

Mallus ......... cxvii 

Magarsus cxxiv 

H. — Eastern District : 

Epiphanea exxv 

Issus cxxvi 

Alexandria ........ cxxviii 

J. — Kings of Cilicia . . . . • . • cxxix 

Key to Plate XL cxxxii 

CATALOGUE OF COINS:— 

Lycaonia: 

Lycaonia in genere . . . . . . . 1 

Barata 2 

Dalisandus ......... 3 

Iconiiim . . . . . . . . . 4 

Ilistra 8 

Laranda ......... 9 

Lystra ....... . , 10 

Parlai’s . . . , . . . • . . . II 

Savatra . . . . • . • • - 12 

Isauria : 

Isaura . . . • . . ■ 13 

Cilicia : 

Adana lb 

Aegeae 20 

Alexandria ad Issunx . . * . . . . 29 



^x. 


CONTENTS. 


PAGE 

Anazarbus . . . 

Anemurium * . 

Augusta . . . - . . . . * 

Carallia 

Casae .......... 49 

Celenderis 

Gestrus . , . . . . . . . 60 

Claudiopolis (Miff) 60 

Colybrassus ......... 61 

Coracesiitm 64 

Coxopissus 65 

Coxycus . . . . . . . . . 66 

Diocaesarea 71 

Epiphanea ......... 76 

Flaviopolis 78 

Germaiiicopolis . . 81 

Hieropolis-Castabala . 82 

Holmi ■ . . . 85 

lotape 86 

Irenopolis ......... 87 

Issus 90 

Laertes 91 

Lyrbe . 93 

Mallus 95 

Mopsus ....... . . 103 

Nagidus 109 

Ninxca . . . 116 

Olba . . . . . . . . . . 119 

Phiiadelphia , . . 127 

Seleucia ad Calycadnum . , . . , , 128 

Selinus Trajanopolis . . . , . . . . 143 

Soii-Pompeiopolis . . . . . . . . 144 

Syedra . . , . 157 

Tarsus. . . . . ; . . . . 102 

Titiopolis . . 231 

Zephyrium . . . , . . . . . . 232 


CONTENTS. 

Island : 

Elaeussa-Sebaste . . . . . . 

Kings of 0 rLiciA : 

Tarcondimotus . . . . . . . . 

Philopator 11. (?) . 

Uncertain Coins . . . . . . . . 

INDEXES;— 

I. Geograpbical . . ; 

IL A. Types . . , . . 

II. B. Members of the Imperial Families 

HI. A. Symbols . . . / . . . 

B. Countermarks . . . . . . . 

c. Eras , 

IV. A. Kings and Rulers . 

B. Magistrates’ Names on Autonomous Coins . 
c. Local Magistrates’ Names on Imperial Coins 

V. Roman Magistrates’ Names . . . . . 

YI, Engravers’ Names . . 

VII. Remarkable Inscriptions 

Table of the Relative Weights of , English Grains and French 
Grammes . . . , . ... 

Table for converting English Inches into Millimetres and the 
Measures of Mionnet’s Scale , . 


Ni 

FAGK 

234 

237 

238 

239 

243 

246 

264 

268 

: 2'72 

274 

275 
277 
281 
282 
282 
283 

294 

296 



( xiii ) 


ADDITIONS AND CORRECTIONS. 

P. xlvi., line S, add : Tetradrachms and drachms of Alexandrine 
types with N or MA are attributed to Nagidus by Miiller 
{Ntim, d' Alex. 1330-1336) ; and the British Museum also 
possesses a gold stater with the letter N which must be 
classed with the silver coins. 

P. xcii., xciii. “ETrap^iKtuv is probably to be explained as the 
genitive of iTrap^tKa^ i.e. the kolvo. of the province. 

P. xcv. For the inscriptions C€ITOC k.t.X., see the forth- 
coming article by M. Michael Eostowzew in the Numumatic 
Cliroiiicle for 1900. 

P. cxvi. To the remarkable types of Aegeae add: (11) Head 
of Medusa within zodiac. Haym, Del Tesoro Britannico 
(1720), voL ii., p. 276, PI. xxiv., no. 2 ; Muller- Wieseler, 
Denkmdlei\ ii., PI. Ixxii., nr. 920; K. Gaedechens, der 
marm. Himmehglobus zu Arolsen, p. 41 ; B. Pick, Jahrh 
des arch, Inst.^ 1898, p. 142, note 15. 

P. 32, no. 10, rey. For ZEBASTH read ZEBAZTH] 

P. 208, no. 238. For pi. vii. 11 read pl. xii. 11, 





LIST OF PLATES 


I. 

Barata. Dalisandus. Iconium. Ilistra. 

II. 

Laranda. Lystra. Parlais. Savatra. Isaura. 

III. 

Adana. Aegeae. 

IV. 

Aegeae. 

' ' V. 

Aegeae. Alexandria. Anazarbus. 

VI. 

Anazarbus. 

VII. 

Anazarbus. Anemurium. Augusta. 

VIII. 

Augusta. Camliia. Casae. Celeiideris. 

IX. 

Celenderis. 

X. 

Celenderis. Oestrus. Claud iopolis. 

XI. 

Coiybrassus. Coracesium. Coropissus. Corycus. 

XII. 

Corycus. Diocaesarea. 

XIII. 

Diocaesarea. Epipbanea. Flaviopolis. Germanicopulis. 

XIV. 

Hieropolis. Holmi, lotape. Irenopolis. 

XV. 

Issus. Laertes. Lyrbe. Manus'? 

XVL, XVIL 

Mallus, 

XVIII. 

Mopsus. 

V, XIX., XX., 

Xagidus. 

XXI. 

Xinica, Olba. 

XXII. 

Olba. 

XXIII, 

Philadelphia. Seleucia. 

XXIV. 

Seleucia. Selmus. 

XXV., XXVI. 

Soli. 

XXVII. 

Soli-Pompeiopolis. Syedra. 

XXVIII. 

Syedra. Tarsus. 

XXIX.— XXXVII. 

Tarsus. 

XXXVIII. 

Tarsus. Titiopolis. Zephyrium. 

XXXIX. 

Zephyriuni. Elaeussa-Sebaste. Kings of Cilicia. 
Uncertain. 

XL. 

Coins not in the British Museum. 


Ma,p of Lycaonu, Isaueia, and Cilicia. 




INTEODUCTION. 


I. LYOAONIA. 

The district conaprehended under tMs iianie for tLe purposes of 
this Catalogue does not correspond exactly to any one of the many 
ancient acceptations of the term. It includes, of course, all the 
cities of the Kqlvov AvKaovLa<;^ namely, Barata, Dalisandus, Derbe, 
Hyde, liistra, Laranda and Savatra. These cities form a kind of 
ring surrounding Iconium (really a Phrygian city^) and Lystra. 
Besides these, we include Laodicea Oombusta on the north-west, 
and on the west Parlais. 

The numismatist is not concerned with this district until the 
latter half of the first century b.c. About the middle of the century 
Lycaonia and Pisidian Phrygia were attached to the province of 
Cilicia, At the same time as M. Antonius formed the new kingdom 
of Amyntas (b.c. 40), he gave part of Lycaonia and Cilicia Tracheia 
to Polemo of Laodicea, who now probably had his capital at 
Iconium. When in 36 b.o. Polemo became king of Pontus, 
Iconium with Lycaonia went to Amyntas, and the Cilician kingdom 
to Cleopatra, Amyntas subsequently overcame Antipater, the tyrant 
of Derbe and Laranda, After the death of Amyntas in b.c. 25 the 


^ W. M. Kamsaj, Oommentary on Galatians^ p. 215. What follows with 
regard to the history of this district is mainly taken from this work, which 
contains the clearest and most recent statement of the intricate problems con- 
cerned. 


INTROBXJGTION. 


xviii 

gx’eater part of his kingdom was incorporated in the Empire as 
Provincia Galatia. Soon afterwards the possessions of Archelans 
of Cappadocia, whose predecessors had received from Eome the 
eleventh strategia wepl Kaard^aXd re Kal Kv/Siarpa 
'AvTirrarpov rov Xyarrov were increased by the addition of 

57 Tpa^ua Trepl ^EXaiovorcrav KiXt/cia Kal Trdcra 97 rd Treiparo^pia crvarT}- 
aaphTj} The next stage in the history of this district is marked 
by the foundation in b.c. 6 of Augustus^ ^Pisidian^ colonies, of 
which Parlais and Lystra fall within our sphere. After the deposi- 
tion of Archelaus in a.d. IT, his son Archelans II. received part or 
perhaps the whole of his father's Lycaonian and Oilician dominions.^ 
In 37 or 38 A.n., Antiochus IV. of Commagene received a part of 
Lycaonia (Laranda and district) in conjunction with part of Cilicia 
Tracheia. He was soon disgraced, but restored in 41 a.d. His 
coins reading AYKAONflN were probably struck at Laranda, 
which was also probably the mint of his sons Bpiphanes and 
Oallinicus, who struck coins with a similar legend, apparently 
after the degradation of their father in 72 a.d. About two years 
afterwards the province of Cilicia was organized, and the new 
province of Lycia-Pamphylia included the south-eastern end of 
Lake Oaralitis, and therefore Parlais. In 1 37 a.d. what is known 
as the triple eparchy of Cilicia, Isauria and Lycaonia was formed. 
How much the new eparchy of Lycaonia contained is uncertain. 
The coins of the time of Antoninus Pius show that the Koivov 
AvKaovLa% had now been organized, comprising all the cities already 
mentioned except Laodicea Combusta, which probably continued to 
belong to the province of Galatia, and the three cities Iconium, 
Lystra and Parlais, which had already attained the rank of 
colonies. 


^ Strabo, xii. 535. 


Eamsay, Hist, Geog., p. 375. 



LTCAOHIA* xix 

The various cities may be considered in three groups - 

A. The cities of the Kohvov. 

B. Laodicea Oombusta. 

0. The Oolonies. 

A.— CITIES OF THE KOINON. 

BABATA. 

Barata is placed by Ramsay in the Kara Dagh, probably at Bin 
Bir Kiliese OT Madan SJieher} 

The coinage probably began with the formation of the Kolvqv 
under Antoninus Pius^ but no money earlier than the time of M. Aure- 
lius is known.^ The latest coins are of Philip Senior and Otacilia, 
To the types here. catalogued (PI. i. 1-3) must be added Zeus standing, 
resting on sceptre, holding phiale or globe ; at his feet, eagle.^ 

BALISANBUS. 

The Lycaonian Dalisandus must be distinguished from the 
Dalisandus of the Isaurian Decapolis, which is not known to have 
issued coins. The Lycaonian city is placed by Ramsay ‘S at Fassiller, 
in the district of the Homonades.® The only Emperors represented 
are Lucius Verus and Philip Senior, but the coinage presumably 
began with Antoninus Pius. The type of the resting Herakles 
(no. 2) is characteristic of Lycaonia (cf. PI. i. 11, 16 ; PL ii. 1). 


^ Hist Geog,^ p. 337. Waddington (Bev, Hum., 1883, p. 43) placed it in the 
neighbourhood of Kara Bunar, where Ramsay conjectures Hyde. 

2 Waddington, Rev. Hum., 1883, p. 42, no. 1 ; cf. Imhoof-Blumer, Monn. gr., 
p. 346, no. 114, and Meyer, Z. /. H., iii. p. 146. Waddington reads IC AN — I 
before the Emperor’s head, Meyer AH=S assaria. On a cast kindly sent me by 
M. Dieudonn^ I incline to read KA on L, |CA on r. 

V: 

® Waddington, foe. eit. no. 4i.~I‘n,vent. Wadd., 4746, 4747 (Philip Sen.) 

■* Ath. mttk, 1S89, p. 175 ; mst. &op., pp. 335, 366. ^ Op. ciL, p. 410 



XX 


INTRODUCTION. 


BEEBE. 

The site of Derhe is probably near Losta {-^Zosta)} The tyrant 
Antipater ruled over the city until it was taken from him by 
Amyntas. In a,d. 38 or 41 Derbe became the frontier-station^ of 
Eoman territory towards the kingdom of Antiochus of Oommagene, 
and it was then, in all probability, that it received the name 
Olaudio-derbe. 

The only coins which have been published are in the Bibliotheque 
Nationale.^ They are: — 

1. Faustina Junior. Bev, KA AY. A6[P] B . KO I . AYKAON I AC 

Tyche standing.^ 

2. L. Yerus. Bev. [KAAY.]A€PB. KOI. AYKAON lAC Hera- 

kles with club, apples and lion’s skin. 

3. Liicilla. Eer. KAAY.A6PB.KOI.AYKAO ffike r., writing 

on shield. 

HYBE. 

Hyde is placed by Eamsay conjecturally at Karahtmar.^ The 
single known coin, reading YAHC l€PAC KOINON AYKAON 
I AC, of L, Yerus, is in the Bibliotheque Nationale.^ The type is 
Hermes, standing L, holding purse and caduceus. See PL xl. 1. 


^ Suggested by Sterrett. Eamsay, JBCist. Geog,, p. 336. In his Commentary on 
Galatians, p. 228 (cf. Church in Bom, JEmpire, 4th ed., p. 54, 55) Eamsay identifies 
it with a site called Gudelisin, about three miles N.W. from Losta, near the 
straightest road from Iconium to Laranda. As an alternative he gives (p. 229) 
JDorla, a few miles lif.W. of Gudelisin. 

2 Eamsay, op. cit., pp. 231, 232 ; ^povpiov ^laavplas Kal "Xtixriv, says Steph. Byz. 
s.v. Tip till then it had probably been in the province of Galatia, the term p^xpt. 
rrjs . . . AepjSijy in Strabo p. 535 meaning ‘ as far as, but not including.’ 

® Waddington, Bev. Num., 1883, pp. 43, 44 j Bahelon, Invent. Wadd., 4758. 

Mionnet, iii., p. 535, no. 12, under ‘ Iconium.’ 

® Mist. Geog,, pp. 337, 339. ^ Invent. Wadd., 4759. 



LYCAONIA. 


XXI 


IIISTRA. 

Ilistra preserves its ancient name in Ilism. It stood about half- 
way between Derbe and Laranda. It is not mentioned by ancient 
authorities before the Council of Ephesus in a.d. 841 .^ The types 
of the coins (which range from M. Aurelius to Philip) resemble 
those of the neighbouring cities, especially Barata. 

LAEAKDA. 

Laranda (now called by the Greeks Larenda, by the Turks 
Karaman) is mentioned by Strabo^ as having been in the possession 
of Antipater of Derbe, from whom it passed to Amyntas.*^ It 
eventually belonged to Archelaus of Cappadocia, after whose death 
in A.D. 17 it passed to his son Archelaus IL It was next included 
in the ^ Strategia Antiochiane/ i.e, the part handed over in 38 a.d. 
to Antiochus IV. of Commagene, and was probably the mint at 
which the coins reading AYKAoNflN were issued by this monarch 
and by his sons Bpiphanes and Callinicus. The coins with the 
name of Laranda belong to the time of the Kolvov, the city being 
distinguished by the title M^Tp6*rro\i^^ and, under Philip, also by 
the title 'Se^{a(TTrj)^ The known types all relate to Herakles or 
Tyche.^ 

SAVATEA. 

Savatra is fixed by Eamsay at Ah OrenJ 


^ Waddington, Be-v. Num., 1883, p. 52. ’ ^ xii. 569. 

® This seems to follow from Strabo’s words, but is not explicitly stated. 

^ Waddington, Bev. JSfmi,, 1883, p. 55 f., Invent. Wadd., 4783 f. For the coin 
of Palisandus attributed by Waddington to Laranda, see p. 3, note 1. 

® See Anderson, Jonrn. JELellen. 8tud,, xix., p. 280. Sterrett suggested OhmJclu, 
but Eamsay {JEist. Geog.^ p. 343) points out that that place is not, as Savatra 
waSj on the road from Laodicea to Archelais, near the latter, and that it derives its 


XXll 


INTEODUOTION. 


From Trajan to Antoninus Pins the coins read CAOYATP€X2N ; 
thenceforward KoK AYKAONIAC is added. CAYAT[P€I1N3 
is found under Philip Senior.^ 


B.-LAODIOEA COMBUSTA. 

The name of Laodicea (distinguished as ^ KaraKeicaviJLevrjY is 
preserved in the modern Yorgan Ladih? It received the title 
Claudiolaodicea from Claudius^ probably in a.d. 41. It was not 
included in the Lycaonian Kqlvov, but remained in the province of 
Galatia.^ The idea that it afterwards became a Eoman colony 
rests on a misattribution.® 

The coins, of which only three are known^ are as follows : ^ 


water from a lake, whereas Savatra was famous for its deep wells (Straho, xii. 568 ; 
cf. Mist, Geog., p. 284, under ‘ Phreata’). The type of no. 2 (PL ii. 8) is, however, 
certainly a water-deity of some kind, and if the country is waterless must represent 
a salt lake in the neighbourhood, and that can only he Lake Tatta. Other sites 
{SuwereJcj Dewejnklu Koi) are mentioned by P. Sarre, Meise in Kleinasien, p. 98. 

^ Types not represented here are published by Waddington, Bei), Nim., 1883, 
pp. 61, 62: — (1) Trajan : Zeus seated, with eagle {Invent, Wadd,, 4796). (2) Pius: 
Athena placing vote in urn. (5) M. Aurelius : Herakles seated 1. (6) Philip Sen. : 
Athena with spear, shield and phiale ; before her, owl {Invent Wadd., 4798). 

® Strabo, xiv. 663. 

Ramsay, AtTi, Mitth.) xiii. 233; Tomaschek, Zur Imt, Topogr, mn Kleinas, 
im MiUelalter, p, 104 (Sitzungsber. d. Wiener Akad., phiL-hist. 01., 1891, 
Abk viii.) 

^ Ramsay, Mist, Geog,, p. 377. 

® Two coins of the Macedonian Pella, with the inscription COLJVL.AV^ . 
P€LLA, were misread by Waddington COLJVL. AVSPicata CLandio 
LAodicea {Rev. Num,^ 1883, pp. 53 Invent Wadd., 4780-4782; compare 
B. M. Catal. Macedon^ pp. 94, 95 ; Berlin Beschr., ii., pp. 114, 115). 

® Waddington, Rev, N%m., 1883, p. 53, 1-3; Invent. Wadd,, 4777-4779. 


LYCAOHTA. 


xxiii. 

VespasiaEilf^^ N€IKH KAAYAIOAAOAIKCWN. 

Nike. 

Titus and Domitian, Caesars : KAAYAIOAAOA[IK€3WN Ky- 
bele seated. 1 

Same Caesars, with same legends ; Standing female figure with phiale 
and sceptre. 


a— THE COLOj^IES. 

ICONIITM. 

The site of Iconium is at Konia, The name was supposed to be 
derived from the eUmv of the Gorgon,^ with the help of which 
Perseus conquered the Lycaonians. He founded the city on the 
site of a village called Amandra, and set up his own stele without 
the gates, holding the dvreifcovLafia of the Gorgon, Kal Ovtriav 
mroiTjo’a^ ifcakeare t^v Tvy^v Trokecof; UepaiBa eh to tSiov avTOV 
dvofia* ^Ti<s em rov Trapovro^s efceiere tararai* ^vriva nroXiv 

ifcdXecrev EIkovlov, Siotl 7rpo rrjq vCfC7}<; elicova t7]v tt}^ rop<y6i/j]<s eicel 
^iXa^e? 

The history of Iconium in the first century 33.C. has already been 


1 Kybele appears in inscriptions from Ladik (Ramsay, Ath. Mitth,, xiii. 237, 
nos. 8 and 9), as fxrjrrjp Beav and Zi^tfxrjv^. 

^ Not that of Perseus himself, as Waddington {Rev. Num., 1883, p. 51) and 
Babelon {Rev. JSfum., 1887, p. Ill) state. 

^ Ckron. Pasck.^ ed. Diiid. p. 71 (P. 39, C, B), quoted by Eckbel, 'Num. Vet., 
p. 271. The last words seem to be corrupt. The account given by Stepb. Byv.., s.v. 
’Ikovlov, is to the effect that the etVdveff of men were made there after the Deluge by 
Prometheus and Athena ; and the name should be spelled 8ca 8i<pB6yyov. Oedrenus 
(ed. Bekk, p. 40, P. 22, 0), quoted by Berkeley on Stepbanns (ed. Leipzig, 1825, 
vol. iii., p. 812) agrees with the Paschal Chronicle, and the importance of the legend 
at Iconium is proved by the types of the coins (PI. i. 5, 7, 12). For the type, 
see Furtwangler-Sellers, Masterpieces of Gfreek Sculpture^ vol. ii., p. 200, 



XXIV 


USTTEOBUOTION. 


dealt with (p. xvii. f.). In 41 a.b. it received from Claudius, or in his 
honour, the title Claudiconium. Hadrian elevated it to the rank of 
Eoman colony, and consequently it did not enter into the Lycaonian 
Kqlvov, Its title was now Golonia Aelia Hadriana Augttsta Iconen- 
smm} 

The earliest coins belong to the first century b.c.® The chief 
types are connected with Zeus and Perseus/ but a head of Dionysos 
also occurs.^ Some of the coins of this period bear the name of a 
magistrate, M€N€. TIMO. or M€N€AHM, CTIM]0©€0Y. 
Under Claudius the name of the governor of Galatia, M. Annins 
Afrinus, appears on the coins.® Prom now until the foundation of 
the colony the coins read KAAYA€IKoN l€Q)N,^ 

The colonial coins, which go down to the time of Gallienus, call 
for no special remark, except that they bear the letters S R from 
the time of Gordian onwards. It is at this time that at the Pisidian 
Antioch the same letters, which had been in use on the sestertii 
from the reign of Septimius Severus, begin to appear also on the 
smaller coins.'^ There seems to have been a cessation in the coinage 


1 Gom'ptes rendus de VAcad., ser. iv., voi. xviii., pp. 442 if. ; Heherdey and 
Beisen in Kilikien,^, 1^1, 

” The coins reading KO which have been attributed to Iconium belong to some 
Pisidian city. (See B.M. Catalogue Ay cm, Sfc,, p. ci.) 

3 Waddington, Eev. Num., 1883, pp. 45, 46, nos. 1~4. 

^ Imhoof»Blumer, Monn. gr., p. 346, no. 115; rev. Winged head of Medusa, 
facing. 

® Babelon, Eev. Num., 1887, pp. 110 ff.; one coin, reading ANN IOC , 

appears to bear his portrait (see PL xl. 4 of this volume); others read 601 
' A<I>P€ I N O Y. Of. Invent. Wadd., 4762, 4763. 

® In addition to the types of this period here described, there occur : Sarapis 
enthroned {Bev. Num., 1883, p. 46, no. 6, cf. Num. Aeii.^ 1889, p. 202) ; turreted 
female head (ibid., no. 8) ; head of Perseus with harpe (no. 9) ; bust of Athena with 
aegis (no. 11) ; head of Medusa (Invent. Wadd., 4761). 

See B.M. Catalogue Lycia, Sfc., p. cxii 



LYCAONIA. 


XX 


of Iconinm between Antonine times and the reign of Gordiai 
otherwise the letters would doubtless have come into use at Iconini: 
at the same time as at Antiochia. 

LYSTEA. 

The site of Lystra is now called Zoldera, and lies fifteen minute 
north of Khatyn Semi, on the left bank of the Kopril Tdmi} 
Lystra was one of the colonies of Augustus^ as appears from it 
title Col(onia) lul(ia) Felix Gemina Lustra.® The known coins ar< 
of Augustus (no. 1), Titus, Tra 3 an(?), M. Aurelius, and Faustina 
Junior (nos. 2, 3).^ On the last two, a river-god (the Koprii- 
Tchai) is represented at the feet of the Tyche of the City. Tin 
Zeus and Hermes mentioned in the Acts of the Apostles (xiv. 12] 
may be^as Wroth has suggested,^ the Eoman J upiter and Mercuriiis 
but, as Iconium was not at that time a Roman colony, there seems 
some probability in Ramsay^s explanation of Zeus as a Greek name 
for a native Lycaouian deity 

PAEIAIS. 

The site of Parlais is uncertain; but the city adjoined Pisidia, 
Isauria and Lycaonia at once, Ramsay consequently conjectures 
Uzumla Monastir^ between lakes Caralitis and Trogitis. Sarre/ 
on the other hand, suggests, with perhaps greater probability. 


^ Sterrett, Wolfe Expedition^ p. 142, no. 212, confirming the conjecture of 
Leake, Journal of a Tour^ <&c., p. 102. See Ramsay, Church in Rom. Emp., 
p. 47. 

^ Sterrett, loc, cit, 

^ Invent. Wadd., 4791, Titus : bust of Athena %vith two javelins. Imhoof- 
Blumer, Monn. gr., p. 347, no. 120, Trajan (H); lielrneted head L; no. 121, 
M. Aurelius : Colonist ploughing. 

^ JSium. Chr., 1893, p. 18. ® Comm, on Galatians, p. 225. 

® Mist. Geog., pp. 390-392. ^ Reise in Kleinadeyi, p. 134. 

d 


XXVI 


INTRODUCTION. 


Paris Belaeni TscholuJc^ where there are remains of an ancient town. 
The form Parala'is^ whether corrupt or not, suggests a position on 
the shores of a late. 

Parla’is was one of the colonies founded by Augustus in b.c. 6 
(all the coins read IVLia AVGusta COLonia PARLAIS). The 
coins (PL ii. 5, 6), which range from M. Aurelius to Julia Domna, 
bear a great resemblance to those of Pisidian Antiochia/ both in 
types and in fabric.^ 

11. ISAURIA. 

The name of Isaurica is given by Strabo*'^ to a small district 
about the two homonymous villages of Isaura. The province of 
Isauria in later Roman and Byzantine times was practically the 
same as Cilicia Tracheia. For the present purpose, the name may 
be used in its older sense, and Isaura, the metropolis of the district, 
is the only place with which the numismatist is concerned. 

ISAUBA. 

Diodorus Siculus^ describes the capture by Perdiccas in 323 b.o. 
of the well-fortified city of the Isaurians. Again, in 75 b.c. 
P. Servilius captured the city of Isaura Nova.*"* Strabo^ dis- 


^ Would it tlierefore be possible to look for the site nearer to that city ? 

^ Waddington, Bev, Nuon,, 1883, pp. 58 f,, gives two types not represented 
hfre : (1) M. Aurelius, Tyche holding cornucopiae and military standard. (4) S. 
Severus, Asklepios, Hygieia and Telesphoros. He also points out that the coin 
given by Mionoet (iii., p. 537, no. 21) under Parla'is belongs to Adraa in Arabia. 
A coin with Greek lettering (TTAPAA€II1N , Wum. Chr,^ 1889, p, 264) has been 
manufactured, by tooling, out of one of Pisidian Antiocbia (from the same dies as 
B.M. OataL L^cia, Sfc.^ p. 194, no. 105). 

xii. 568. ^ xviii. 22. 

Sterrett, Wolfe p. 150, ® xii. 568, 569. 


ISAUKIA. 


■XXtll' 


tinguislies between two villages, one called iraXaid^ tbe other 
ev€pK}]<; (which would well apply to the city captured by Perdiccas). 
Airiyntas of Galatia received Isauria from the Romans, destroyed 
the old Isaura, and began to build himself a palace there and 
re-« fortify the place. ^ After his death in 25 b.c. Isauria was 
included in the province of Galatia, in which it remained until the 
formation of the triple eparchy (see above, p. xviii.). In the time 
of Gallienus the tyrant Trebellianus established himself at Isaura, 
bat there are, unfortunately, no coins of this period. The distinction 
between Old and New Isaura continued to exist, if the inscription 
of Tris MadeM^ mentioning an ^ Iaavp07ra\aieLT7]q has been rightly 
read. 

The site of Isaura Vetus is Zendjihar Kalessiy from which come 
inscriptions® mentioning the ^laavpicov ^ovXr) fcal hrjpioc;, Sterrett^s 
identification of Dinorna with Isaura Nova seems highly question- 
able.^ 

The known coins of Isaura belong to the time of Domna, Caracalla, 
Geta and Julia Mamaea/' The word ^Icravpcov, as Waddingtou has 
pointed out, is the genitive of the plural name ^'laavpa, and is not 
the name of the people. 


^ Strabo {loc. cit,) says : Ta *^lcravpa irapa t&>v '"Vmpaiciiv kuI Br] ^acri- 

Xgiov eavrS KareaKcva^eu €VTav6a, r^v rraXaiav ^Icravptay (sic) avarpe'^^m, iv Be rm 
avrS mivov olKoBopmv ovk €(pBrj crwreAeVair, «.r.A. 

" C./.6r., 4393. ' ® Sterrett, Wolfe Exped,, nos. 180 ff. 

Op. cit., p. 150. Eanisay looks for it at Sirisiat (Hamilton's Tris Maden). 
If he is right, it is odd hut not inconceivable that the only inscription mentioning 
an ^IcravpoTvakaiuTYjs should come from that site. 

® Sir H. Weber possesses the only published coin without an Imperial head : 
Ohv. Head of young Herakles in lion’s skin. Bev. ICAVPXIN Female rider 
sitting sideways (?) on lion to r., and fighting with short sword. She wears helmet 
and short chiton girded round waist. {Num. Chr.^ 1896, p. 28, no. 58, PL iii. 11.) 
The coin seems to be of the time of Caracalla. The type of the reverse (cf. a 
similar one at Tarsus, PL xxxviii. 4) is. unexplained. It can hardly be Kybeie, 



xxnii 


INTRODUCTIOISr. 


HI. CILICIA. 

Cilicia south of the Taurus falls naturally into two parts, a western 
{Tpaxeta^ Tpax^o&rt^;) and an eastern (IleSia?); the river and city of 
Lamus between Soli and Elaeussa marking the boundary.^ For the 
purposes of this Catalogue the boundary between Pamphylia and 
Cilicia Tracheia is supposed to be indicated by the river Melas, 
while the division between Cilicia and Syria is drawn by a line 
beginning at the coast south of Alexandria ad Issum/ and running 
north-eastwards so as to leave Nicopolis and Germanicia Caesarea 
on the east. 

Under the Persian Empire the satrapy of Cilicia included Cilicia 
north of Taurus, and also extended to a part of northern Syria. So 
far as it concerns the numismatist, the history of this period will be 
dealt with under Tarsus. In Seleucid times the dominion of the 
Syrian kings is marked by the issue of coins, especially by 
Antiochus Epiphanes, from various mints, such as Adana, Mallus, 
Mopsus, and Tarsus. Their rule was naturally most effective in 
Cilicia Pedias, and so far as it concerned Tracheia only extended 
to the coast cities. Prom 103 b.o. onwards a Eoman frovincia was 
recognised, including parts of Lycia, Milyas, Phrygia, Pamphylia, 


although there was a shrine of this goddess at Isaura Nova {Servilius montem 
. . . occupavit sacrum Matri Magnae^ says Sallust, quoted by Sterrett, op, cit,^ 
p. loO). Of other types not catalogued here the following may be mentioned : 
Sept. Severus, Tyche seated in a fortified gateway (Paris, here PL xL 2). Domna, 
Athena r. hurling thunderbolt, 1. covered with aegis and holding javelin {Rev, 
Num., 1883, p. 38, no. 1; Invent. Wadd,, 4736, PL xh. 20); Athena seated 1. 
holding Nike {Z.f. N., xv., p. 48, no. 1). Caracalla, Tyche with ears of corn and 
cormicopiae seated in tetrastyle temple surmounted by a Nike {Rev. Num., loc cit,, 
no. 6 , Invent. Wadd,^ 4737). Zeus seated with Nike (Z.f. N., loc. cit.^ no. 2). 

^ Strabo, xiv. 671. 

* " Which both Strabo and Stephanns regard as a Cilician city. 



CILICIA. 


XXIX 


and Pisidia^ as well as Cilicia proper. The organization by 
Pompeius in 64 b.c. grouped together Cilicia Pedias and Tracheia, 
Pamphylia, Pisidia, Isauria, Lycaonia and part of Phrygia (the 
districts of Laodicea^ Apamea and Synnada), to which in 58 B.c. 
was added Cyprus. About this time the dynasty of TarcondimotuS;, 
whose capital was at Hieropolis-Castabala, was recognised in 
eastern Cilicia^ and its dominion lasted down to the death of 
Philopator in 17 a.b. In 47 b,c. Julius Caesar re-organized the 
province^ joining the districts of Cibyra, Apamea, Synnada and 
Philomelium to the province of Asia. In 40 or 39 b.c. part of 
Tracheia was given to Polemo of Laodicea, but taken away again 
in 36 B.C., when M. Antonius gave it to Cleopatra, at the same time 
placing Pedias under his son Ptolemaeus. After the battle of 
Actium this arrangement was naturally annulled, Cilicia Tracheia 
being given to Amyntas of Galatia, at whose death in 25 b.c. it 
passed to Archelaus of Cappadocia. In 17 a.d. Archelaus was 
deposed and died, and his Cilician dominion perhaps then passed 
to the younger Archelaus, who was holding it in 36 A.i>. During 
the period of the rule of the Archelai a considerable part of 
Tracheia, viz. the districts of Cennatis, Lalassis and Olba, was 
under the government of the high priests of Olba, of whom Ajax 
ruled from about 10/11 to 14/15 a.d. or later, and M. Antonius 
Polemo between the end of Ajax^ reign and 41 a.d. In that 
year Polemo II. of Pontus became king of part of Cilicia, and 
at the same time Antiochus IV. of Commagene (who had been 
granted parts of Tracheia and Lycaonia in 38 a.d. and then almost 
immediately deposed) was restored to power.^ Cilicia Tracheia was 
thus divided between these two kings. Antiochus was deposed in 


* Whether he was also king of the district of Eastern Cilicia, which had 
belonged to the family of Tarcondimotus, seems uncertain. 



XXX 


INTEOBtrCTIOK. 


72 A.B. and two years later bis Oilician dominions were incorporated 
with, the province of Cilicia, although his daughter lotape and her 
husband Alexander seem to have retained Elaeussa-Sebaste for a 
time. Polemo, on the other hand, was striking coins for the Koivop 
AaXa(r<r€ 0 )P fcal Kevvarwv as late as 68 A.B., issuing them perhaps 
from Olba. 

About 137 A.B. was formed the triple eparchy of Cilicia, 
Isauina and Lycaonia, Isauria being equivalent to Cilicia Tracheia. 
This probably remained the arrangement until the time of Arcadius, 
when the new division of Cilicia prima (capital Tarsus), Cilicia 
secunda (capital Anazarbus), and Isauria (capital Seleucia) came 
into force. 

The coinage of the cities and rulers of Cilicia may be considered 
in geographical groups as follows :~ 

Cilicia Tracheia: 

A. Cities on the Pamphylian border : Carallia, Oasae, Cibyra, 

Colybrassus, Laertes, Lyrbe. 

B. Cities on or near the coast from Cibyra to Anemurium: 

Ooracesium, Syedra, lotape, Selinus, Oestrus (?), Antiochia 
T?)? irapaXtov, Lamus. 

C. Cities on the coast from Anemurium to the Oalycadnus : Ane- 

murium, Nagidus, Myus, Celenderis, Aphrodisias, Holmi. 

D. Inland district of Oetis, Oennatis, Lalassis and Olba: Olba, 

Diocaesarea, Coropissus, Claudiopolis Mnica Claudio- 

polis, Germanicopolis, Titiopolis, Irenopolis, Philadelphia, 
Seleucia, 

E. Coast cities from the Oalycadnus to the Lamus: Oorycus, 

Elaeussa-Sebaste. 

Cilicia Pedias : 

P. Western district: Soli, Zephyrium, Tarsus, Adana, 



CIWCIA. 


XXXI 


G. Pyramus valley &c. : Hieropolis-Oastabala^ Anazarbiis^ Flavio- 

polis^ Augusta, Mopsus, Aegeae^ Mallus and Magarsus. 

H. Eastern district : Epiphanea, Issus, Alexandria. 

J. Kings of Cilicia. 

CILICIA TEACHEIA. 

A.— The Pamphyliah Boeder. 

The cities of this group are connected by a sti’ong resemblance 
between their coins, and all of them except Caraliia are grouped 
together by Ptolemy in the nafjb<^v\ia^ decrt'; as KiKiKia^ Tpa')(eLa^ 
fjL€or6ry€ioi, They were included by Vespasian in 74 a.d. in the 
province of Lycia-Pamphyliad 

CASALLIA. 

Caraliia is placed by Eamsay at Beijshehery at the S.E. corner of 
the Beysheher lake (Caralitis) As it was in Vespasiaids province 
of Lycia-Pamphylia, it cannot have been at Kirilin which probably 
takes its name from the lake Caralitis and not from the town 
Caraliia. The style of the coins associates Caraliia with Casae and 
other places on the Pamphylian border of Cilicia Tracheia^ some 
distance from lake Caralitis/^ 

The coins (PI. viii, 4-9) range from M. Aurelius to Gallienus and 


^ Eamsay, ITist. Geog,, p. 417, 450. 

- Hist, Geog.^’p, 390. F. Sarre, Beise in Khlnaden, pp. 1*29, 130, suggests 
TJesheles Koi, where there are ancient remains, about 15 km. as the crow tlies S.W. 
of Beysheher, and 5 km. from the mid -point of the S. shore of the lake. His 
derivation of the modern name from €h KappaXlvidc) does not, however, seem very 
probable. 

^ Waddington, Bev, Niim,, 1883, p. 29 f. In the map to Heberdey and 
Wilhelm^s Meisen, a place called Kirli is marked about 24 km. S. by W. of 
Beysheher. Tiiis is nearer to the district of Casae, Lyrbe, &c., and may preserve 
the old name. 


XXXll 


lOTEOBUCTION. 


Salonina ; twenty-two yarieties have been noted by Waddington.^ 
The marks of value on the later coins are F, H, I A. 

CASAE. 

The site of Oasae is quite undetermined. The coins (PL viii, 
10-12, from Maximinus to Valerian^) have no types of importance. 
The Artemis or Hekate on a coin of Philip Junior^ recall types of 
Carallia (no. 2, PI, viii. 5) and Syedra (PL xxvii. 14). The type of 
the rape of Persephone occurs on coins of Philip Junior and 
Herennius Etruscus.^' The mark of value I A is found on coins of 
Valerian. 

CIBYKA MINOR. 

Kl^vpa^ is mentioned by Strabo^ as being W, of the river Melas 
(between Side and the mouth), and some distance from the western 
limit of Cilicia Tracheia. The Stadiasmus (211) gives Kv^epva 
between Ooracesium and the Melas. The mentions in Scylax, Pliny 
and Constantine Porphyrogenitus [Kl^vppa) do not help to fix the 
site. Heberdey and Wilhelm'^ suggest Kamburun, Leake some 
ruins on the right bank of the Kargha-Su^ a river about eight miles 
E. of the Melas, four miles W. of Karaburun (the Alara-Tchai).^ In 

^ Ojp, cit.f p. 25 f. Among the more important types not represented here are : 
Athena with aegis and javelin, and serpent twined round a tree (no- 4), and Athena 
with palm, dropping vote into urn (no. 22, Invmt. Wadd., 4729, 4731). 

2 Verus to Valerian (Head, N%m,) ; but the reading of the coin of Yerus 
in the British Museum is very uncertain. 

3 Imhoof-Blumer, Gr, Munz., p. 705, no. 551 (she wears kalathos and holds long 
torch in each hand). 

^ Invent, Wadd., 4200; Mionn., iii., p. 454, no. 48. 

^ Ki^vpa 7] Kaipvpa, PtoL, v. 5, 9. 

® xiv. 667 ; ^ K:^vparS>v irapaXia rS>v (iiKpmv, ' Reisen in KiL, p. 135. 

® The fact that these ruins are nearly two miles from the coast would explain 
Ptolemy's classification of the city among the /x€o-oyaot. Nevertheless, since in 
Byzantine times Cibyra gave its name to the Oibyrrhaeote theme, it is probable 
that it was a port. 


crucu. 


xxxiii 

any case Strabo would seem to be wrong in placing another city 
between Side and tbe Melas.^ Cibyra Minor is therefore included 
in the present volume. 

To this city Imlioof-Blumer® has attributed some bronze coins of 
the first or second century b.c. They are : 

No. 462. Head of Zeus r. Bev. KIBYPATHN with numerals 
AK or EK. Hermes standing 1. M 24 mm. 

No. 463. Heads of the Bioskuri r. Eev. KIBYPATUN, EK. 
Nike crowning trophy. jE 17 mm. 

These coins were ascribed by Leake ^ to Cibyra Major, and in 
accordance with the numerals on them to the time of Claudias. 
They are, however, much eaidier in style, and in fabric resemble 
the coins of Oilician coast-towns. The numbers 24 and 25 may be 
dates, but the era is uncertain. 

GOLYBEASSTTS. 

The coins of Colybrassus (PL xi. l*-7)^ bear a striking resemblance 
to those of Side, of which it was eyidently a neighbour. It may there- 
fore have been situated nearer to the Pamphylian port than Seidi- 
sheher;^ on the other hand, the town of which the ruins were visited 
by Beaufort near Aldya^ could hardly be described as //,€<r6yeto<^. 

In addition to the types catalogued here, the following may be 
mentioned : 

Zeus standing on basis, holding sceptre and Nike (Caracalla).^ 

Female figure holding phiale and arrow (Orbiaiia).® Cf. no. 2. 


^ Leake, Tour, p. 196. 

^ Gr, Munz,, p. 679, nos. 462 (PL x. 18), 463. 

Num. Hell. As. Gr.^ p, 42. ^ KoXo^pacro-os, PtoL, v. 5, 9. 

^ Suggested doubtfully by Ramsay, Hist. Geoy,, p. 390 (note). 

® Leake, Num. Hell. 40. ^ Z.f. N., xvii., p. 15, pi. li. 6. 

^ Ann. de Num.^ 1883, p. 28, pi. ii. 12. 




■'X,3cxi,f: 


TNTRODUOTTOX. 


Oil-'basin in a temple, with the inscription TvfjLvamapxiOL (Cornelins 
Yalerianns).^ Comparison with the coins of Anazarbiis (no. 44, 
PL vii. 2) and Syedra (nos. 10 and 22, PL xxviii. 2), and the grave- 
relief of the Gymnasiarch Diodorns‘2 fr6m Priisa, shows that it 
is not an agonistic vase. 

The marks of value F and I A occur on the later coins. 

LAEETES. 

The site of Laertes is uncertain.^ The coins range from Trajan 
to Gallienus.*^ The type of no. 2 (PL xv. 4), described as Apollo (?), 
has been taken for the Emperor ; but both here and at Lyrbe 
(nos. 1 and 9) we seem to have representations of the Apollo of 
Sicle.^ 

The marks of value F, H and I A occur on the later coins. 


^ Mionnet, iii., p. 572, no. 171 ; cf. Invent, Wadd., 4233, pi. x. 8. 

^ Ber, d. sdchs, Gesellsck. d. Wiss,, 1873, pL i. ; Schreiber- Anderson, Atlas of 
Classical Ant,^ pi xxi. 6. On this relief the palm-hranches stand on either side 
of the basin as on the coins. The three vases which at Oolybrassus and Syedra 
stand above the basin are of three different sizes, and probably represent the vary- 
ing quantity of oil dealt out to the athletes according to the measure of their 
success. For the eXmoSecrla see the references given by W. Liehenam, Btddte- 
verwaltung im rom, Kaiserreichef p. 375, note 1, 

^ Stx*abo, xiv. 669 : Aaeprrjs:, (ppovpiov ijrl \6(j)ov pacrroetbovs v^oppov 
Wilson {Handbook of Asia Minor, p. 175) suggests a hill about two hours from 
the Him Tchai, which appears to be the same site as that mentioned by Heberdey 
and Wilhelm (p. 147), and by them rejected as being commanded by Syedra. The 
same writers (pp. 137, 140) show that Binek-kaless-l, suggested by Beaufort {Kara- 
mania, 176) is not Laertes but Hamaxia. Toniaschek {Zur hist. Tojpogr. von 
Kleinas., pp. 57, 58) identifies Laertes with Gastello Lombardo at the mouth of 
the Clastel-su. The preponderance of the evidence is in favour of the form Laertes, 
not Laerte. 

^ For types not represented here see Invent. Wadd., 4339 (L. Verus, ‘person- 
nage debout au pied d’un arbre ’) ; Mionnet, Bupp. vii., p. 225, no, 282 (Apollo ? 
standing with how and stag) ; to which add a coin of Salonina in the Bibliotheque 
Rationale, with Tyche seated 1. holding , Nike in r., cornucopiae in L 
* See B.M, Catal Lpcia, 4'*^., p. Ixxxiv. 



CILICIA. 


XXXV 


LYEBE. 

Like Colybrassus, Lyrbe (PL xv. 7-9) shows a striking resemblance 
to Side in its coinage,^ and it cannot therefore have been sitnated 
far from the Pamphylian port.® The coins earlier than the time 
of Gordian III. are rare.^ The series goes down to the time of 
GallienuSj when the mark of value I A often occurs.^ 

B. — Coast Distkict feOm Cibyra to Anemurium. 

COEA.CESITJM. 

Coracesium, once the nest of the pirate Diodotos Tryphon, is 
represented by the modern Aldya.^ The coinage belongs to 
Imperial times (Trajan to Salonina). The types are of no great 
interest.® 


^ Some types common to the two cities' are : Apollo of Side (Lyrbe, nos. 1, 9 ; 
Side, Catal. Lycia, Sfc,, pi. xxviii. 13). Athena with palm-lranch dropping pehhle 
into amphora (Lyrbe, nos. 6, 8, PI xv. 9 ; Side, loc, cit,, no. 93, <fec., pL xxviii. 18). 
Helios with comucopiae (Lyrbe, Invent, Wadd,, 4343, Side, loo, ciL^ no. 99). 
Ares (Lyrbe, no. 4, Side, he, cit,^ no. 96). The imitation, of course, was on the 
part of Lyrbe. 

^ Seidi-sheher is, however, suggested by Bamsay {Hist, Geog,, pp. 390, 396) as 
a site suitable for either Lyrbe or Colybrassus. 

3 M. Aurelius, Invent. Wadd,, 4342 ; Sev. Alexander, Mionnet, Snppl. vii., 
pp. 117, no. 145. 

^ For types not represented here see especially Invent. Wadd,, 4343 (Helios) 
and ff. ; Imhoof-Blumer, Gr. Munz., p. 696, no. 495 (goddess with spear). 

® Heberdey- Wilhelm, Beisen, p. 136. 

® Of Demeter in a biga of serpents it has been suggested that it is an allusion to 
the first two syllables of the name Oora-cesiumI {Bev. Hum,, 1844, p. 226). 
Another representation of Demeter with ears of corn and sceptre, Mionnet, iii., 
p. 572, no. 173. The type of Athena with palm-branch, casting a pebble into a 
vase {Ann. deNum., 1883, p. 29, pi. ii. 14; Invent, Wadd., 4239), is doubtless con- 
nected with the games mentioned in an inscription from Coracesium (Heberdey- 
Wilhelm, p. 137, no. 224). 




INTEODDCTION. 


SYEBBA. 

Syedra, one of the cities of Cilicia Tracieia included in Eoman 
Pamphylia,^ has left its name to Sedrctp and lay between Earhadscliah 
mii the Sedra-Tchai,^ 

The coinage, which shows the influence of the neighbouring Side/^ 
is all of Imperial date (Tiberius to Gallienus). The chief deities 
represented are Demeter, Athena, Ares, and Aphrodite. The 
6i/jbcSe9 which are mentioned on the coins of Valerian, Gallienus, 
and Salonina (PL xxviii. 1) also figure very largely in the local 
inscriptions/ The type of the gymnasiarch^s oil-basin (nos. 10, 22) 
is shared by Colybrassus and Anazarbus.^ The title aefiv^ eVSofo- 
repa (nos. 16, 23) is assumed out of rivalry with Side or, less 
probably, Anazarbus, both of which cities had the title 

The marks of value I A and H occur on coins of Valerian, Gal- 
lienus, and Salonina. 

lOTAPE. 

The site of lotape is on the coast 7 or 8 km. N.W. of Selinus.® 
It was probably named after the queen of Antiochus IV. of Com- 


^ Ptolemy, v. 5, 3 {2v(r8pa). 2 Heberdey- Wilhelm, p. 141. 

* The male figure with sceptre and pliiale (no. 4) is probably Apollo (as at Side, 
B.M. Catal. Xycm, Sfc., pi xxviii. 13) ; and the type of Athena standing voting 
(Mionnet, iii., p. 615, no. 368) is also found at Side, Some other types not repre- 
sented in this Catalogue are : Eape of Persephone (Mionnet, hi., p. 617, no. 380); 
Hades with Demeter (Invent Wadd., 4540) ; Dionysos with kantharos and thyrsos 
(Mionnet, Sujpj?. vii., p. 254, no. 388). 

^ Heberdey- Wilhelm, pp. I4l ff. : de/xis rerpaertjpLK^ KardkeLcj^deia-a vtto Aadt/cjjs 
Etdatou, de/xts* and others. 

® See above, p. xxxiv., and Anazarbus, no. 44 (PL vii. 2). 

6 Beaufort’s conjecture (Karamania, p. 180) confirmed by an inscription 
(Heberdey- Wilhelm, p. 148, no. 250). 



CILICIA. xxxvii 

niagene.^ The coinage begins with Trajan^ being perhaps initiated 
at the time when the temple® dedicated to him was erected. 
Tiie only remarkable type is Perseus with the head of Medusa.*^ 

SlLIKirS. 

Selinus [8dinti) was situated on a river of the same name/ in 
the district called It was a mint of lotape^ wife of 

Antiochus IV. of Commagene, and of Epiphanes and Callinicus 
their sons.^ 

The Imperial coinage ranges from Trajan to Philip. The earliest 
coins read CEAINOYCIWN.^ At some time after the death of 
Trajan at Selinus^ the city received the name of Trajanopolis, and 
we find on the coins N&Poviav&v TPA\avo7ro\LT&v CCAIrouor/cDz;® 
and TPAIANOTToXiTfSz/ CCAINOYcr/coz/, with or without the THC 


^ Eamsay {Hist. Geog., p. 373) suggests that possibly lotape, and not Elaeussa- 
Sebaste, was the island granted in 74 a.d. by Vespasian to Antiochus’ daughter 
lotape and her husband Alexander. The ruins of lotape now stand on a peninsula, 
but the city may once, like Elaeiissa-Sebaste, have been disconnected from the 
mainland. 

2 Hcberdey-Wilhelm, loc. cit (115-117 a.b.). 

® Trajan, Invent. WadcL, 4324. 

^ Tomaschek, Zu7\ Mst. Topogr.^ IBy who quotes Const. Porph., '^ekivovs 

jljLiKpbv7ro\icrpdTLov,7roTafx6v6pu>PVfiov€XOVcra. 

^ Ptol, V. 8, 2. 

^ Babelon, Bois de Syrie^ p. ccxvi. ; "Wroth, B.M. Catal. Galatia. p. xlvii, ; 
Loebbecke, 7j.f. AT., xvii., p. 17, pi. ii. 8. The type of lotape at Seiinus, like that 
of her husband at Anemurium, is the huntress Artemis in a long chiton ; it is 
repeated on the Imperial coinage (Mionnet, iii., p. 608, no. 3*31 Leake, Isnm. 
Ildle^i. 8iipp., p. 88). On the coin of Epiphanes and Callinicus (Babelon, op. vii.^ 
p. 222, no. 38, pi. xxx. 16) the mint ivS indicated by the letters C€ A I . Both 
these coins were probably struck just after the deposition of Antiochus in 72 a.b. 

’* Babelon, Invent. Wadd.^ 4485, pL xi. 14 (Trajan ) ; Mionnet and Leake, loc. cit, 
(Lucilla). 

® Dio, 68, 33 : is ^eXivovPTa r^s KikiKias iXOiyv, brj Kal TpaiavovTrokLv Kokodpev. 
Chron. Pasch., p, 235 0, has iv ttoXh rrjs XeXevKias-, obviously a mere slip. 

Doiuna, Imhouf-Biuiiier, Gr, Miens., p. 714, no. 581. 


XXXVlll 


INTRODUCTION. 


I€P&, The types are a seated figure in a temple (PL xxiv. 9), 
apparently the Emperor Trajan identified with Zeus, since the 
temple is inscribed ©€OY TPAIai/ofl ; a figure (Apollo of Side?) 
in short chiton and mantle, holding sceptre (surmounted by bird) 
and phiale, with a raven at his feet;^ the huntress Artemis (see 
above, p. xxxvii.,note 6), and a ^dual type* of two veiled goddesses.^ 

CESTRTTS. 

Loebbecke has attributed to Cilicia Tracheia a coin of Faustina 
Junior, with the reverse type of Tyche and the inscription K6C 
TPHNWN.^ The specimen here catalogued (p. 60, PL x. 16) is 
from the same dies. Hierocles mentions Kicrrpoo in the e'irap)(^La 
^Icravpim,^ and Ptolemy^ Kdvarpo^ in Selentis. The town is pro- 
bably to be looked for in the triangle between Antiochia, Selinus, 
and luliosebaste,® 

ANTIOCHIA THI nAPAAlOY. 

Antiochia eVl Kpdyti) stood upon the cliff of Cragus/ between 
Selinus and Anemurium, near the present GilneL^ It belonged to 


^ Macrinus, Batelon, Invend, Wadd., 4486, pL xi. 15 ; Caracalla and Severns 
Alexander, Imhoof-Blumer, Journ. Sellen, Stud., xviiL, p. 164, nos. 7, 8, pi. xii. 7; 

undoubtedly represents Apollo, and seems to be a replica of the Sidetic god with 
the raven Philip Senior (in the Bibliotheque JSFationale). 

" Trajan, Domna, Philip (Babelon, Inmnt. Wadd.^ 4485, pi. xi. 14; Imhoof- 
Blumer, Gr. Milnz, p. 714, no, 581 ; Monn. Gr., p, 364, no. 48). They stand to 
the front on a basis, the r. hand raised to the breast, the 1. holding ears of corn or 
flowers. 

3 z.f. K, xvii. (1890), p. 14, pi. ii. 5. 

709, 3 — 6 : ^AvnoxeLa, TonXtocrejSacrr)}, Kecrrpot, SeXti/ons*. Kicrrpos in the 
JEp. ad Leonem, Kiorpa in Notit i. ^ y. 8, 5. 

® Imhoof-Blumer (Gr, Milnz., p. 700, note 1), however, thinks that the coins 
belong to some town in the neighbourhood of the river Kestros in Pisidia or 
Pamphylia. 5r Strabo, xiv. 669 ; Stadiasmus, 180. 

® Heberde}^- Wilhelm, p. 152 i ; see Imhoof-Blumer, Niun. C7it\, 1895, p. 288. 



CILICIA. 


XXXIX 


the district Lamotis (see below, iinder Lanms). The knowxi. coins^ 
which have been described by Imhoof“Blumer(foc. C4<?.),are of Imperial 
date (Antoninus Pius to Valerian). The types are an eagle, with 
wings half displayed (Pius, Philip Senior, Valerian), and Tyche in a 
temple (Faustina Junior). The title on the coins is ANTIOXEI2N 
THC PAPA or nAPAAlOY, 

LAMUS. 

The identification of Lamus, metropolis of Laraotis, offers con- 
siderable difficulties. The discrepancies in the accounts given by 
ancient authorities^ may perhaps best be reconciled by assuming the 
existence of two places of this name. One (the modern Lamas) was 
near the river Lamus, which flows into the sea between Soli and 
Blaeussa.^ The other, to which the coins belong, was in Laraotis, 
in Byzantine Isauria, in the interior.^ 

Pour coins are known : 

(1) Sept. Severus, [AAMOY] MHTPO * AAMWTI A. Zeus 

seated in tetrastyle temple. 

(2) Oaracalia, similar to no. 1. (Bibliotheque ISTat.) 


^ See Eamsa}^ Mist. Geo^., pp. 380, 382, 455. 

^ PtoL, V. 8, 4 ; Strabo, xiv. 671 (etcrt S’ Spot ravrijs^ scil. rrjs Tpa)(€ia9 KtXtx/a?, 
psra^v '26k<j>p re /cat ’EXeovcrTys o Aa<r>jaos‘ 7rorap69,Kat Koaprj opSvvpos). This is pro- 
bably the Lamus intended by Steph. Byz., s.v. Adpia, and by Ginnamus in bis 
account of the expedition of Manuel Comneniis into Cilicia in 1155 a.x>. : be 
marched from Seleucia into Cilicia and took Lamus {ipvpvhv pdXtarra op). Steph. 
Byz.. s.v. Ad/ito?, calls the district adjoining the river Lamus Aapovo-la. 

^ PtoL, V, 8, 6 : Aapcorldo^ Adpos (among the ftca-dyetot). The order in Hierocies 
(708, 4 — 709, 3) is ’AvepovpLov, TtrtovTroXtff, Adpos, ^Avtiox^lo, Steph. Byz., s.v. 
^Avriox^^o., has recrcrapGCTKaLbeKdrr} ’itraupta^, ij Aapcorls Xeyopsurj. QL the lists of 
Ohalcedon and the Epist, ad Leonem (the latter gives Charadra and Lamus in one 
bishopric). The Antiochia in question is Antiochia eVt Kpdycp. Lamotis, then, was 
the mountain district of Cragus from Selindi to QTiaradrarL^ containing Antiochia 
and Charadra on the coast, and Lamus up country. Tomascheh, Zur hist. Tojp.^ 
p. 59 ; Eamsay, Mist. Geog., p. 380. 



xl 


USTTRODUCTTON. 


(B) Caracalia, [AAM]OY MHTPOn . AAMWTIAOC Eagle 
on altar, wreatli in beak. 

(4) Valerian, AAM.MHTP.THC AAMW. Apollo standing, 
with bow and branch."^ 

C. — The Coast prom Anemurium to the Oalycadnus, 

The greater part of this coast line falls within the district of Cetis 
or Cietis,^ and it was perhaps from one of the coast cities, probably 
either Anemurium or Celenderis, that Antiochus IV. of Oommagene 
issued his coins reading KIHTHN.^ 

AHEMTOim 

Anemurium lay on the east side of the promontory of the same 
name, which is the nearest point of Cilicia Tracheia to Cyprus,^ 
Ptolemy® mentions it under Cetis. 

The coinage comprises, in the first place, quasi-autonomous coins 
similar to those here catalogued (nos. 1, 2, PL vii. 4, 5) ; to which 
may be added the type of Apollo leaning on a column.® 

In the next place, Antiochus IV. of Oommagene (A.n. 38-72) 
struck at this mint coins bearing his head and title on the obyerse, 
and on the reverse Artemis in a Iobp' chiton, drawm<r arrow from 


^ Nos- 1 and 3 published by A. de Longpdrier in Nbuvelles Anmles, ii., p. 349 ; 
no. 4 by Imboof-Biurner in J'. R, S., xviii. (1898), p. 163. 

^ See also below, section D. The form KirjTLs (which A. Wilhelm, -4rc/i. JEIp. 

1894, p. 2, regards as the older form) is merely due to the introduction of a para- 
sitic ^ sound after the guttural (Ramsay, Mist, Geog,, p. 455). 

® Babelon, Rois de Sgrie, p. ccxvi.; Invent Wadd.^ 4800, pL xiii, 3; rev. 
Scorpion and crescent. 

^ Sti’abo, xiv. 669, 682 ; Scylax (102), aicpa koI ttoThs, Heberdey- Wilhelm, 
p. 155, at RsJci-Anamiir^ not at Anamur-Kaleul farther east as (by a slip) in 
Ramsay’s map [Rist. Geog., p. 330). Beaufort, Karamania, pp. 181, 195 f . » 
Langlois, Vogage, pp. 175 1 

* 8, 3, « Mionnet, iii., p. 557, no. 104, 



CILICIA. 


quiver at her shoulder I inscription AN€MOYPI€llN,^ Anemu- 
rium was also possibly the mint of Antiochus’ coins which are 
inscribed KIHTX2N. 

Of the Imperial coins (which often bear regnal dates^ and go 
down to Gallienus)^ the most important types are Perseus holding 
harpe and head of Gorgon/ Dionysos/ and Artemis, who is repre- 
sented as a mummy-shaped veiled figure, holding branches, and 
accompanied by a stag and sometimes by a doe.^ 

NAOinUS. 

The site of Nagidus is identified by Heberdey and Wilhelm with 
Boz Jaz% where there is an acropolis, with a small island lying over 
against it/ 

The coinage begins towards the close of the fifth century/ The 
classification of the coins is rendered difficult by the fact that the 


^ Wroth, B.M. Catal, Galatia^ Sfc,, p. 108, no, 19. With the type cf. Roscher, 
Lex, i., p. 606, no. 2. 

^ The coin of Domitian given by Leake {Num. JSellen, p, 16) to Anthe- 

mnsia in Mesopotamia must be added to the series of Anemurium, as it reads 

AN0M0YPeWN(s^c). 

3 Maximinus, Mionnet, hi., p. 559, no. 110 ; Bnpp, vii., p. 186, no, 156. 

4 Ibid., nos. 162-164. 

“ This form is described by the older numismatists as Diana Alphaea. Possibly 
the horizontal swaddlings are meant to suggest the bee-form of Artemis (see 
A. B. Cook, J. H. E, XV., pp. 11 ffi). 

® Beisen, p. 159 ; cf. Scylax 102 and Steph. Byz. 

^ ISTothing of an earlier date can with any certainty be attributed to liTagidus. 
The fact that it was a Samian settlement is hardly sufficient to justify Waddington’s 
doubting attribution (As. p. 146) of the following stater : — 

05^7. Portress with three towers. 

Lev. Forepart of bull r. Incuse square. Wt. 11*07 grammes. IwveM. 
Wadd.,mS,Vhxi,L 

The coin is, however, probably Cilician, although the style of the obverse 
suggests Phoenicia. M. Babelon, on the other hand, informs me that he is inclined 
to attribute it to Bamos. 




INTROBOCTION. 


xlii 

difference between the inscriptions NAriAEUN and NAFIAIKOlM 
does not seem to correspond to any difference between types J 
Further, the type of Aphrodite with Eros approaching her (PI. xix. 2, 
as opposed to the type in which he stands beside or behind her, 
Pi. xix. 1, 10'~13) occurs on the coins which, judging from their 
style, must be the earliest, and is then interrupted by other types, 
until it recurs in the last period o£ the silver coinage (PL xx,). The 
arrangement in the text is only meant to be tentative. 

A point d^ap'pid is furnished by a stater in the Bibliotheque 
Rationale, with the name of Pharnabazus^ and the following 
types: 

Ohi\ (lDi3nS3). Head of Ares L, helmeted. Border of dots. 

Bev. N ATI A IKON. Aphrodite, ^ wearing polos, hair in long plaits 
on shoulders, seated r., on tlirone flanked by sphinxes, smelling 
flower whicli she holds in 1. ; in r. pMale. Border of dots. 
M *95, wt. 9*96 grammes (1 53*70 grains). PL xL 10. 

This stater confirms Imhoof-Blumer^s attribution to Nagidus'^ of 


^ There seems to he insufficient foundation for LenormanPs distinction between 
the values of the two forms of inscription (La Monnaie dans VAnti(piit% ii. 
p. 10), See Bahelon, Ferses Achem., pp. xxvii. f. 

2 Bahelon, Ferses Aclmn.^ p. xxxvii., Mel. JSfum., ii., p. 168. 

3 Von Sallet’s explanation of the type as Kyhele (i?. /. if., x., 165 £) seems im- 
probable in view of the types prevailing on the rest of the coinage of l^^agidus. 

^ Monn. gr.f pp. 372, 373. No. 73 : Head of Athena ; Rev. Female head (Gor- 
goneion) facing, as on no. 16 of this Catalogue. No. 74 : as no. 16 of this Catalogue. 
No. 75: Beardless head L; Rev. Aphrodite seated 1. between two sphinxes, in r. 
flower, which she smells, in L flower on long stalk resting on her shoulder like a 
sceptre. The reverse type of his no. 76 (cf. no. 15, PL xix. 14 in this Catalogue) 
is, of course, the Athena Parthenos of Pheidias (Imhoof-Blumer and Gardner, 
Num. Comm, on FauSanias, pi. T, xxii.). The introduction of the olive-tree has 
been taken to prove that such a support existed in the original statue, or that the 
mechanical arrangement dispensing with an external support broke down at a com- 



CIUCIA, 


xHli' 

the staters and obols of the class to which nos. 15^ 16 (PL xix. 
14, 15) belong, and enables ns to date them, since the coins of 
Pliarnabaziis of this class seem to haye been issued about b.c. 
379-^374J 

The position of this group of coins being more or less fixed, we 
place before them all the classes represented by nos, 1-14 (PL xix. 
1-13). Among the earliest coins must be counted a stater offered 
to the British Museum in 1894, with types similar to those of 
no. 2, but with the retrograde inscription AnA^^ (wt. 161*5 
grains). The reverse type of nos. 3-5 (PL xix. 3-5) must be com- 
pared with the head of Aphrodite on coins of Mallus, although the 
coins of Nagidus are probably of somewhat earlier date. The 
small denominations nos. 6-10 (PL xix. 6-9) have all been placed 
among the early series, as none of them show Aphrodite wearing 
the polos ; still the fabric of nos. 9 and 10 would permit of a later 
date. To the types represented on these small denominations 
must be added Dionysos standing (Berlin) and the head of a satyr.^ 

The arrangement adopted for the latest series of silver, on which 
a mouse (?)'^ appears under the throne of Aphrodite, is founded 


parativelj early date (see E. A. G-ardner, Handbook of Greek Sculpture^ p. 256, 
and my remarks in Class. Hev.^ x. p. 404). I am now inclined to think that the type 
is taken not from the actual statue at Athens, but from an early copy, or rather 
adaptation, made by an artist who was not able to dispense with the support. It is 
to be noted that the serpent is absent. As regards the obverse type, a simiJar 
association of Aphrodite with sphinx and flower (in this case the lotos) is found on. 
the coins of Idalium, See my note in Journ. Mellen. Stud., xix., p. 164, 

^ Babelon, Ferses AcJiem., p. xxxvi. 

2 Be Lagoy, 3£el. de Num. (1845), pL i. 18 ; Babelon, Invent. Waddy., pi. xi. 4. 

^ Although the tail is not clearly represented, the animal is certainly some sort of 
mouse or slirew, and not a hare or rabbit. Bor the sacred character of the mouse 
in Phoenician religion, see Robertson Smith, Iteligion of the Semites,^ p. 293. 
The whole of this part of the coast of Cilicia is, of course, under strong Phoenician 
influence. 



xViv introduction. 

partly on community of dies, partly on the magistrates’ signatures. 
But first come a series of transitional types, on which the legend is 
always NAflAEUN and Aphrodite has no polos: 

(1) Kopenhagen, 9*85 grammes. In exergue of obverse, ^ ; in field 

of reverse, N. 

(2) Berlin, 9-87 grammes. Same obverse die as preceding; in field 

of reverse, ^ (Finder und Friedlander, Beitrdge^ p. 18G, no. 11). 

(3) Berlin. In exergue of obverse, X2 ; in field of reverse, obliterated 

letters 1 

(4) In the market, 10*0 grammes. Same obverse die as preceding; 

in field of reverse, ? 

■ A ■ ■ 

On nos. 3 and 4 the mouse appears under the throne of Aphrodite. 
As regards the later series, the arrangement resulting from an 
examination of the dies of the specimens in the Museum and in 
some other collections can best be stated in a footnote.^ 


1 

Ohv. Die T. (pellet in exergue). 


1. Eev. TfiNAH (above), A, XH 

B.M. no. 17; Paris (no. 305c?). 

2. 

TiiNAftN, 0 , ^ 

Wadd. 4401. 

3. 

„ AOH, SEP? 

B.M. no. 18. 

4. 

„ Aoh, AI 

Wadd. 4404. 

5. 

„ AOH, V 

Gotha. 

6. 

„ Same die as 5, but T 1 (?) over^ erased. 

Paris (no. 30f5a), Sir Hermann 
Weber. 

7. 

„ PY (over AOH erased), OH 

B.M. no. 20 ; Paris (no. 305c). 

8. 

„ PY (over ? erased), 

B.M, no. 19 (cf. Catal. Hofi- 
mann, 650, PY, crescent 



and MO). 


Ohv. Die II. 

9. Bev. ±, POAY 

B.M. no. 23. 

10. 

„ ±. ® 

Berlin. 

11. 

„ EY, A|0 

Berlin and Paris, no. 3055 
(different dies)” Of. Pem- 
broke, pars 2, tab. 22. 

12, 

„ EY, (N API AIKON, sic) 

B.M. no. 22, 


(Obv, die slightly cracked.) 



CILICIA. 


On no. 17 (PI. xx. 1) occurs the legend TUNAO^ which Babelon 
reads on another specimen as TUNAflN.^ The name does not 
appear to be that of a magistrate, since the initials o£ two other 
names already occur, as usual in this series, on the coin. Can it 
be the local name for the god Dionysos 

13. Bev, EY, A®0 (Obv. die slightly cracked.) B.M. no. 21. 

[Possibly the circle after A© remains from an erased signature such as 
Al^ on no. 11.] 

14. „ PY (over erasure ? ), T2U/y\ Berlin ; Paris (no. 305). 

(Obv. die badly cracked.) 

The gradual cracking of the obverse die fixes the chronological sequence of this 
second group ; the order in the text, adopted before this sequence was recognised, 
should be modified accordingly. 

Ohv, Die ITT. 

16. Bev. ^A, ‘Iv, APO Berlin, (Pinder, p. 186, 12). 

Ohv, Die IV. No plant in field. 

16. Bev. £, lion’s head 1., [A]pDA Wadd. 4406. 

17. „ £> PAP Vienna, Eckhel, iVV;??. xiv. 1. 

Obv. Die V. No plant in field. 

18. Bev. ±, iKA, uncertain symbol (vase ?). B.M. no. 24. 

Ohv. Die VI. Lion’s head 1. Instead of plant. 

19. Bev. TOA, SI B.M. no. 25. 

20. „ TOA, FP Wadd.4405, 

Ohv. Die VII. No plant or lion^s head. 

21. Bev. Inscriptions obliterated. B.M. no. 26. 

Ohv. Die un described. 

22. Bev. xo, P<!>A Catal. Hoffmann, 651. 

^ Invent WadcL, 4401 ; but on a cast kindly sent me by M. DieudontnS, I do 
not see the final N . 

2 If Babelon ’s reading is correct, we may compare (as regards the termination) 
such a name as 2dvhci>v (Heberdey-Wilhelm, p. 76, 1. 14, p. 132, no, 218, p, 140, 
no, 232), 



INTRODUCTION, 


xlvi 

To the fourth century belong the two bronze coins here catalogued 
(nos. 27, 28, PL xs. 11), and a bronze coin with the heads of 
Herakles and Aphrodite.^ 

A bronze coin of Septimius Severus, with the type of Aphrodite 
seated on a throne, smelling a flower, and the legend CO. IVL . AV. 

N is with great probability attributed to Nagidus. It is, 

however, the only coin of this place later than the fourth century b.c., 
and the only authority for the existence on this site of a Eoman 
colony/ 

MYUS. 

To My us, which was situated on the coast between Celenderis and 
the promontory of Posidium,^ Loebbecke has attributed a coin of 
Domitian, with the reverse type of Nike, and the inscription 
MY6ITI1N MANA[P?].^ He shows that the Ionian Myus was 
so much decayed under Domitian that it can hardly have struck coins 
at that time. Moreover, its inhabitants were called 

CELENDEEIS. 

The site of Celenderis is at Tschelindre} The city was said to 


^ Imlioof-Blumer, Monn. gr., p. 363, no. 43. 

2 Imhoof-Blamer, o^y. cit,^ p. 374, no. 77. 

Scylax, 102. Whether the Mavbdvr} of the Stadiasmus (174, 175) is the same 
place is uncertain. Pliny {N. H., v. 93) has Mgsanda as the name of a Cilician 
coast town {vl. Myanda^ given in the old editions, but not mentioned by Detiefsen), 
See Ramsay, H.ist. Qeog,, p. 369. 

^ Z.f. N., xii., p. 334, pi. xiii. 15. Dr. Imhoof-Bluraer kindly informs me that 
what follows MANA is probably not a letter but the point of the wing. 
MANA is clear, so that unless we assume a blunder of the die-engraver, or in 
the text of the Stadiasmuis, there can he no connexion with the place called 
Map^dvTj in the latter. 

The site was most recently visited by Heherdey and Wilhelm, Reisen, p. 94. 



CIIilCIA. 


xlvii 

owe its fouBcIation to Sandokos^ father of KinyrasJ The latter 
went from Cilicia to Cyprus, where^ according to one account, he 
founded the temple of Aphrodite at Paphos. In the ritual at this 
sanctuary the entrails of kids were the chief means of divination, 
and this fact, since the scientia haruspicum was supposed to have 
come from Cilicia to Cyprus,^ may have some bearing on the use of 
the goat as coin-type at Oelenderis.^ But it is more reasonable to 
suppose that the type is suggested by the prevalence of the goat in 
the neighbouring mountains.'^* 

The earliest coins which can with certainty be attributed to 
Celenderis are struck on the Persic standard and date from about 
the middle of the fifth century (pp. 52, 58, PL ix. 1 ff.). Earlier 
than these are the Aeginetio drachms nos. 1-4 (p. 51, PI. viii. 
13-15), Of these the first^ is suitable in fabric and type to Cilicia, 
but nos. 2-4 have a form of incuse foreign, so far as is known, to 
this district. The Aeginetic weight precludes an attribution to 
Macedonia, which the incuse suggests. But this standard is found 
in the Cilician coins generally attributed to Mallus (PI. xv. 10-12, 
xvi. 1-7), and would easily be explained by relations with the 
neighbouring island of Cyprus. 

The obverse type of the Persic staters and tetrobols (nos. 5-12, 
19-27, PL ix., X.) is a horseman riding sideways. On the earlier 
specimens he appears to be alighting from his horse, but this 
is merely due to the difficulty of foreshortening. 


^ Apollodorus, iii. 14, 3 (181). ® Tacitus, ii. 3. 

3 See EcMiel, D. N., iii., p. 52. 

Still less probable tlian the explanation from ritual is the theory that the goat 
is a type parlant. Panofka in Arch, Ztg*, 1853, pp. 15, 16 ; Cavedoni, Sjncil, 
p. 205. 

^ Cf. Sir H. Weber’s worn drachm (74*2 grs., Num, Chron.^ 1896, p. 25, ik). 50, 
pi lii. 3), with the forepart of a goat. 


xlviii 


INTRODTTCTIOF. 


Besides the staters^ and tetrobols, a number of smaller denomina- 
tions with a variety of types have been attributed to Oelenderis. 
In some cases the attribution is assured by type and inscription;” 
of the other varieties, which are most probably of Oelenderis, the 
following may be mentioned : — 


■'Obv.- 

t Bev, 


(1) Gorgoiieion. 

'' K3 A Astragalos in incuse 

i circle. 

■ , 

JSTo. 16, PL ix. 10. 

(2) 

Forepart of Pegasos in dotted 
incuse square. i 

Fros.l3,14,PLix.8. 
Of. Weber, loc, 
cit,^ no. 55. 

(3) 

Similar type in plain incuse 
square. Perhaps KEA 

Weber, loc. eit., no. 

' 54. ' 

(4) 

Horse prancing r. in incuse 
square. i 

Weber, loc, dt,^ no. 
56. 

(5) Head of Athena. 

Forepart of Pegasos in incuse 
square. 

FTo. 15, PL ix. 9. 

(6) HeadofHera- 

Forepart of Pegasos in incuse 

Weber, loc, no. 

kles r., bearded, 
in lion’s skin. 

square. 

57. 


Apart from their style, the Oilician origin of these small coins is 
rendered probable by the fact that those in Sir Hermann Weberns 
possession came to him with Oilician coins (including three of 
Oelenderis), and those in this Catalogue were also bought in 
company with other Oilician coins. Only one of them, however, 


^ Sir H. Weber possesses a stater with the reverse type in an incuse square 
instead of the circle which is invariably found on other staters of this class, and the 
inscription OKITIPE? (JSFum, CJir., 1896, p. 26, no. 51, PL in. 4). 

3 Here nos. 28-33 (pi. x. 6-8), 36-38 (pL x, 10, 11) : cf. Imhoof-Blnnier, Gr, 
Miinz.y p. 706, nos. 554-556, Weber, Chr^r 1896, p, 26, nos. 52, 53. 



CILICIA. 


lias tlie incuse circle cliaracterisiiic of Oelenderis.^ Tlie gorgoneioii 
is the type of a bronze coin of later date (no. 39, PL x. 12),^ the 
bust of Athena is a type of the Imperial coinage^ and the astragalos 
occurs as a symbol on the larger denominations (nos. 6, 7^ PI. ix. 
2, 3). The attribution of all these small coins to Celenderis seems, 
therefore, to be a safe one, in spite of the variety of their types. 

In addition to the autonomous coins, satrapal staters (nos. 17, 18, 
PL ix. 11, 12) were perhaps issued from Celenderis towards the 
close of the fifth century. These have been assigned to Aegeae ® 
but since that city is not known to have had any importance in 
early times, I include them, with some hesitation, under Celenderis, 
The type of the goat is equally suitable to both places.*^ 

Friedliinder® has attributed to Demetrius I. of Syria a bronze coin 
of Celenderis with a laureate male head. The head, however, 
should, if it is that of a king, wear a diadem rather than a wreath. 
Panofka^ suggests that the head is meant for Sandokos. In any 
case the raagistrate^s name TTY occurs on another coin, of the 
class which appears to begin nob before the first century b.c./ and 
Priedlander's coin is therefore probably too late for Demetrius L 
Celenderis was in the district assigned to Antiochus IV. of 
Commagene (a.d. 38 and 41-72), and accordingly we find him 


^ See, however, above, p. xlviii,, note 1, for the occurrence of the incuse square. 

- A similar specimen is in the Bibliotheque Nationale. 

3 J. P. Six, Mim. Ch\, 1895, p. 203 E 

^ The Hunter Collection has two staters of this class : (1) that described by Six, 
no. 1, with the inscription Wt. 171'5 grs. ; (2) similar to Six, no. 3 

(here no. 18, PI. ix. 12), but with only one wing (the upper) represented, and with- 
out the bird on the goat s back, or the symbols on the reverse. Inscription A < \ 3f 
Wt. 168*1 grs. . ■ 

^ Finder u. Friedlander, JBeitrages p. 185, pL v. 10. 

. ® Arch. Zeitg.^ 1853, p. 15. 

^ Hod. 40t43, see Mionuet, iii., p. 569, no. 162. 

y 


1 


INTROBUGTIOK. 


striking coins with the town-name,^ The letters CAN^ which are 
found on his coin^ enable ns to assign a date to nos. 41 f. 

The Imperial coinage (which extends from Domitian to the time 
of Trajan Decins) is of no great interest. 

APHEODISIAS. 

The Ciiician Aphrodisias^ was situated on the neck of the 
peninsula of Zephjrium. Imhoof-Blumer^ has suggested the 
probability of a coinage having been issued thence, but has not 
yet specified which coins he proposes to attribute to the new mint. 

HOLHL 

The site of Holmi, at present not actually determined, must be 
sought somewhere ou the coast south of Seleucia, probably near 
Ta^chudsclm, the present port of that city."^' Seleucus Nicator, when 
he founded Seleucia, transferred to it the inhabitants of Holmi, to 
which therefore no coins later than the third century can belong. 

The earliest money by which Holmi is represented is probably 
the Persic staters and thirds, struck early in the fifth century, 
which are usually attributed to Side. On these the pomegranate 
of Side and the dolphin of Holmi(?) are combined to form the type.'’ 

In the fourth century the issues of the two ports were no longer 
combined, but their coins resemble each other in a striking 
manner. The main types are the same (Athena on the obverse, 
Apollo on the reverse), but they are differentiated by the respec- 


1 Wroth, B.M. CataL Galatia, Sfc,, p.T08, no. 20; Babelon, Invent, Wacld., 
4214, 4215. 

- For the site at Porto Cavaliere see Iloberdey- Wilhelm, Beisen, p. 98. 

^ Bev. 8u,, V,, p. 306. ^ Heberdej-Wiihelm, p, 100. 

B.M. Catal Ltjcia, ^^c., pp, Ixxxi. and 143, nos. 1-6, pi. xxv. 7-10. 



tive symbols, tlie pomegranate for Side, tlie dolphin for Holmid 
Oo these later staters of Holmi, which belong to the first half of 
the fourth century/ the legend is OAMITIKON. ' Athena liolds 
Nike, shield and spear, Apollo a long lanrel-braiicli and phiale. 
They correspond therefore to the second series {h) of the fourth 
century staters of Side/ but Apollo’s garment is differently 
arranged. 

To the same period belong certain small coins, with the heads of 
Apollo and Athena as types (p. 85, PL xiv^. 7)/^ 

The Apollo of the coins is undoubtedly to be identified with 
Apollo Sarpedonios, whose temple and oracle were near Seleucia, 
evidently on or near the promontory of Sarpedon {Lisan-el-Kahhe),^ 
Possibly the Athena who, like Apollo Sarpedonios, appears on the 
coins of Seleucia, is the goddess who was formerly worshipped at 
Holmi 

D. Inland Disteiot of Cktis, &c. 

Oetis or Cietis seems to have been the name for a great part of 
Cilicia Tracheia, including the district of Olba, the valley of the 
Calycadnus and the country south of that river as far west as 


^ Von Sallet, Z, f. N., xvii., p. 237, pi iv. 2, nnatakes the dolphin for the 
sei'pent of Athena. 

“ Imhoof-Biumer, Gr, Mwiz.^ p. 710, nos. *562, 563 (correcting Mom, Gr,, 
p. 334, no. 62, pi. ¥ 17) ; Von Sallet, loc. cit The British Museum possesses no 
specimens of this group, 

^ B.M. Catal. L^cia, Sfc., p. 145, nos. 16 f. 

Leake, Nztm. JETelL, As. Gr., p. 68 (the head on the rev. is described as 
female, but is probably meant for Apollo); Imboof-Blumer, Gr. Munz., p. 710, 
no. 564; a fourth specimen (11 ’42 grs,) with OAMIXI in the Bibliotlieqne 
Rationale; Catal. Walcher de Molthein, 2604 (\vt. 5‘40 grs.), without ioscriptiou. 

Jmhoof-Blumer, loc. cit. 



lii 


INTRODUCTION. 


Aaemiiriom. Within it probably fell the smaller districts of 
Cemiatis, Lalassis and Lacanatis.^ The coins of Antiocliiis IV. of 
Commageiie struck for Oietis have already been mentioned." 

OLBA, LALASSIS AND CENNATIS. 

The site of Olba is at Ouray at some distance to the east of the 
site (Vztmdja-Bimlj castle) of the hieron of Zeus Olbios.^ 

The earliest money of Olba is represented by the bronze coins 
with the throne and thunderbolt of Zeus Olbios^ struck probably at 
the end of the first century b.c. (no. PI. xxi. 7). These are 
followed by the coins of Ajax^ son of Teucei% high-priest of Zeus 
Olbios and toparch of Cennatis and Lalassis^ who reigned from 
.10/11 to at least 14/15 a.d. (nos. 2~17, PL xxi. 8 — xxii. 5). These 
bear dates ly 2 and 5.-^ Although the name of Olba does not appear 
on these coins^ there can be little doubt that they were issued from 
that place. The toparchia of Cennatis and Lalassis is specially men- 


^ Ntmi. Clir., 1899, pp. 181 fL ; 'Wilhelm, Arch.-JEp. aus Oest,, xvii. 

(1894), pp. 1 ff. The probable extent of Lalassis and Cennatis is indicated on the 
map in this volume. Earnsay (Rei}. Niim,, 1894, p. 168) suggests that the form 
AaXtcravda for AaXicravta in Stephanas Byz. shows that Lalassis included this town. 
This is in itself not improbable, but it is more probable that the MS. of Capito 
used by Stephanas contained the common corruption of A for A (cf. Ptolemy’s 
AaXacrtdos). Meinehe apparently would read AaXicrav^a, TrdXtsTcraupiKj), as KaTrlrcov 
^IcravpLKap TTpara . rd kBvimv AdKiaravdiVs * ol vvp de AoXiadvdeiav ravTi]v <j)acrl koI 
AaXLcrav^earas. But this does not account for the occurrence of the name under A. 

- Above, pp. xL, xli, 

^ Class. Rev., iv., p, 185; Bent, J. M. xil, 222; Earnsay, Mist. Geog., 
p, 364; Heberdey-Wilhelin, Reisen, pp. 83, 84, 90. I have discussed the coinage 
of Olba, Cennatis and Lalassis in Num. Chr.y 1899, pp. 181 ff., and resume in the 
text, in a slightly modified form, the conclusions arrived at in that article. 

^ The coins of the fifth year probably correspond with the first year of Tiberius, 
who seems to have taken an interest in Olba (cf, the inscription in Heberdey- 
Wilhelm, p. 84, no. 160 : AvroKparopa Kai(r[a\pa Ti^epiop 6eov top ktIctti^p kcu 
(Tarrjpa). 


CILICIA, 


Hii 


tioned on tlie coins, since it was not necessarily combined with the 
high-priesthood of Zeus Olbios, But the title APXtEPEHS was 
sufficient to connect Ajax son of Teucer with Olba (bearing as 
he did the names by which the priests of Zeus Olbios had always 
been known), ^ 

The coins of Ajax are followed by those of M. Antonins Polemo^ 
high-priest and dynast of Olba^ Oennatis and Lalassis. This person 
is probably the eldest son (whose name is not otherwise recorded) 
of Polemo I. of Pontus and Pythodoris Philometer, These coins 
bear the dates 10 and 11. The fact that no other dates are 
mentioned on Polemo’s coins suggests the explanation that, instead 
of being regnal dates, they corx’espond to an ei’a beginning in 
10/11 A.D. In this case, Ajax may have reigned some nine years 
from 10/11 A.D., being succeeded in 19/20 a.d. by Polemo, who 
reigned only two years. 

As regards the types of the coins of Ajax and Polemo, it may be 
noted that the triskeles occui's as a rock-cut symbol at various 
places in this district. The throne of Zeus may be compared with 
the types of Diocaesarea (PL xiii. 1), and of the Syrian Larissa and 
Seleucia.- The type of Hermes is an unusual one, but seems to 
point to the influence of Corycus. 

Prom the time of Polemo to that of Hadrian, the name of Olba 
does not appear on coins. There are, however, certain issues of 
the Lalasseis and Cennatae which belong to this time, and of which 


^ Besides the statement of Strabo (xiv., p. 672), of. the insci'iptions, Heberdey- 
Wilhelm, p. 85, no. 166 : apx^^pevs TevKpas Zrjvoi^avov^ rod TevKpov Au 

'OX[/3]/£iL>t ras [<j]reyaff iKaLPcocr^v TTporepofv yeye~\v7)p€vas vtto /Sa(TiX€C(>[s’] 

'^cXevKov H^iKaropos (between 150 and 50 B.C.) ; and p. 88, em hpio>s Teu/c[poi;] rov 

TapKvdpiQs. 

^ Wroth, B.M. Catal. Galaiicif pi. xxxi. 8, xxxii. 6, 8. For the use of the 
throne in Greek religion see W. Eeichel, Uebei^ varliellcniitc/te GaitercuUc, part i. 




INTRODUCTION. 


the mint-place was most probably Olba. They fall into three 
groups^ : — 

(1) the coins *7 to *8) described by Miomiet- with AAAACCCW N, 

AAAAXX., ENTIM, AAAA. ' ' 

Although these readings are not confirmed by other numismatists, 
the attribution of at least one of the coins to Lalasseis is not 
improbable, since its reverse type is the cornucopiae, with a 
triskeles as symbol (cf. the third group and the coins of Ajax and 
Polemo) . 

(2) nOAEMflNOS BAZIAEXIZ Club. Eev, [KjOINON 
AAAASEnN KAI KENNATLflN] Harpe. JS *65. 

This Polemo is Polemo TI. of Pontus, who received in 41 a d. 
part of Cilicia, where he reigned as late as 68 a. d. A bronze coin 
(PL xl. 7) with the head and titles of Galba, and the reverse type of 
Athena standing and the inscription BACIACYC M. ANT. 
nOA€M[£lN], was probably also issued in Cilicia, since by 
this time Polemo II. had lost his Pontic kingdom. 

(3) AOMITIANOY KAISAPOZ Head of Domitian Caesar 1., 
bare. Beu. KOI NON AAAASEIIN KAI KENNATilN Cornii- 
copiae. M ‘8, 

This coin belongs to the period between 74 a.d., when Cilicia 
Tracheia was made into a province, and 81 a.d., after which 
Domitian was no longer merely a Caesar. 

To the time of Hadrian, or possibly to an earlier date (the end of 
the first century a.d.), belongs the quasi-autonomous coin with the 
types of a club and a tower (no. 21, PL xxii, 8) ; the club occurs 
as a symbol on the ^^tall castle” at Uzundja-burdj, which itself is 


" iii., p. 532, nos. 7 and 8. 


’ Num. Ghr.y 1899, pp. 185 f. 



represented on the reverse of this coin. Other types on coins of 
this period are : Head of Athena, harpe between caps of Dioskiiri, 
throne of Zens, Hermes standing, head of Herakles.^ 

The more important types of the Imperial coins are chiefly 
connected with Zens Olbios, Other types not represented in this 
collection are Selene in a biga of bulls, with stars in the field and 
Sarapis standing.*' The titles "ABpiavmv ’"Aprmvtviavmv^ MrjrpoTrokem 
occur first on coins of L. Verus ; and the first two were 
probably given in honour not of Hadrian, but of Antoninas Pius. 
As regards the title on no. 31, it is dijfficnlt to fill the gap before 
K€NN, by anything but an abbreviation of the word MHTPOnO 
A€AC ; and the analogy of the title of Cetis being 

borne by more than one city (Olba and Coropissns) may serve to 
meet the objection that, since Diocaesarea called itself metropolis of 
Cennatis, Olba could not have borne that title also. 

DIOCAESAREA. 

Diocaesarea is known from its coins (nos. 11 ff.) to have been 
metropolis of Cennatis. Pi*om other sources, it appears to have 
stood on or near the lower Calycadiius, between Claucliopolis and 
Seleucia.'^’ That it was near the latter seems probable also from 
the fact that similar types relating to the Gigantomaciiia occur on 
the coins of both cities.® The types also bear witness to a connexion 


^ Babelon, Invenfaire Waddington, bos. 4429 — 4431. 

* Babelon, op. cit, 4434, pi. xi. 6. 

^ Imboof-Blunier, Gr. Munz., p. 712, no. 570. 

^ See Ramsay, Ilisf, Geog., pp. 364,454; Hogarth, Royal Geog. Soc., SuppL 
Pa-p^i iii,, p. 651 ; Heberd^y- Wilhelm, JBeisen, p. 1 18. 

Imhoof-BIumer, Z. /. A’"., xiii. (1885), p. 134 f., pi. iv. 


Ivi 


INTEOBtrCTTON. 


with Olba, Thus the thunderbolt and the throne of Zeus occur at 
both cities (see above). It has also been suggested that the in- 
scription OABOC on a coin of M. Aurelius^ contains an allusion to 
the name of the rival city.^ 

From the time of M. Aurelius onwards'^ the town bears on its 
coins the title 'ASpLava>v, which it probably, like Olba (see above) , 
received in honour not of Hadrian, but of Pius. The title MHTPO. 
K€NNATIA[OC] occurs as early as Commodus/ but it is not until 
the time of Philip that the title MHTPO. K€N NATAN (or 
KCNATAN) becomes general. Of the types not represented in 
this catalogue the most important is a gateway surmounted by 
figures.^ Most of the coins of the time of Septimius Severus 
(nos. 6-8, 10, and similar coins at Paris) are countermarked with 
the eagle and thunderbolt, which are themselves types of the city. 

coEOPissxrs. 

The coinage of Ooropissus has been discussed by Waddington.^^ 
It is distinct from KopoTvacrcro^ in Lycaonia, between Laodicea 
Gornbusfca and Garsaiira, and is mentioned in the Nicene Council 
List [Athenasiis Corpissitanus) and in the Peutinger Table 


^ Imhoof, loe, cit., pi. iv. 9. This is the coin which, was formerly read OA. 
AaJP€WN.B0C and attributed to Dorou in Cilicia. 

* Eamsay, Kist, Geog., p. 364 ^OXjSto?, a well-known epithet of Zeus, would 
mean (1) the god of prosperity, (2) the god of Olba. The abstract idea of pro- 
sperity is represented by the concrete god Zeus Olbios, against whose figure the 
word OABOC is -written. See Num» 1899, pp. 205, 206. Or is the letter 
I omitted by an accident ? 

® But not on coins of M. Aurelius struck in the reign of Pius ; see Imhoof, 
op. cit., p, 135. 

^ Babelon, Invent Wadd.^ 4266. 

* Ibid., 4276, pi. X. 11. ® Bev. Num., 1883, pp. 31 f. 



CILICIA. • Ivii 

{Corlopio)^ The coiiib and an inscription^ show that it was 
metropolis of Oetis or Oietis.’*^ It appears to have been situated 
between Laranda and Olandiopolis, on the road from Barata to 
Seleiicia; tbe site may be Kestel or I)a Bazar, where ruins exist/^ 

The coins (Hadrian to Valerian) present two interesting types: 
Perseus and Andromeda, with the /cijraq at the feet of the former 
(no. 4, PL xi. 12) y"* and the unexplained type of no. 1 (PL xi. 10). 
In addition to the types represented here, there occur also Tyche 
(standing, and seated in temple), Nike, and Zens (both seated and 
standing) with an eagle at his feet.^' 

CLAITBIOPOns {3£ui). 

The Greek city of Claudiopolis is to be distinguished from the 
colony Ninica Claudiopolis (see below). The site of a Claudiopolis 
is fixed at Mut, above the middle Calycadniis valley, by an inscrip- 
tion mentioning a fine payable to the hieron of Athena PoHas and 
the demos of Claudiopolis.'^ 

The unique coin here catalogued (p. 60, PL x. IS) was obtained 
by Prof. Eamsay at Laranda, and is of the fabric of this district. 
It may therefore with all probability be attributed to the Claudio- 


* Ramsay, Mist Qeog,, p. 4S5; cf Gitiesand Biskojpnes, I, p. 11, note 2. 

- Koiimanoudis, Mjihem, Arch., 1889, p. 63, 

^ For tbe form, see above, p. xl., note 2. Of tbe coins in the 'Waddington Col* 
lection, nos. 4751, 4752 and 4757, all have |H> not H- 

^ E. J. Davis, Life in Asmtic TmLcey, p. 325 ; Ramsay, Mist Chog,, p. 363 
(note) ; A. G. Headlam, Mcelesiastical Sites in Isanria {J. JL S. Bnpp. ii., 1893), 
p. 20. 

^ Cf. ImbooF-Bluraer, Gr. Mnnz., p. 706, no. 557, pi. xi. 12. 

^ Babelon, Inveyit. Wadd,, nos. 4749-4752, 4754, 4755, 

" A. 0. Headlain, JEJeclesiastical Sites in Jsaurm (J. E. /S'. Sv2'>p^ ii., 1893), 
pp. 22, 23, no. 1, Leake bad already conjectured tbe colony Claudiopolis to be at 
Mtit {Tour, pp. 117, 319). For the whole question as to tbe two places, see 
Ramsay in Mev. Mum., 1894, pp. 164 if. 


h 



Iviii 


mTUODtrCTION, 


polis at Mut, and Mut accordingly cannot represent the Eoman 
colony. 

Eamsay suggests that both towns were founded or re-named 
about 41 A.B. b)^ Antiochus IV., m honour of his benefactor Claudius. 

wmmk CLAUDIOPOLIS. 

The identification of with the Greek city of Olaudiopolis 
makes it necessary to look elsewhere for Ninioa. Ptolemy ^ mentions 
it under the heading Lalassis. Ramsay^ inclines to identify it with 
the Juliosebaste of Hierocles and the Notitiae. Now this Julio- 
sebaste, it m.ay be suggested/ is the Sebaste (Sewasti) discovered 
by Heberdey and Wilhelm in the interior north-east of Selinus.^ 
There is no great difficulty in , supposing that this site could be 
included in Lalassis, which was ^Ha grande vallee central© de 
Flsaurie^^'^ and perhaps a little more; still, SeivasU is on the 
southern side of the watershed, and it seems advisable to await 
further evidence before accepting its identification with the colony. 

The full title of the city, as given on the coins, is Col(onia) 
lul(ia) Aug(usta) re](ix) Ninica Olaudiopolis. Ammianns Mar- 
celiinus'^ mentions, as one of the two chief cities of Isauria, 
Claudiopoiis, quam dediixit coloniam Claudius Caesar/’ Oiaudio- 
polis is a Greek form, and seems to indicate that the place 
was so named not by the Emperor himself in founding a colony, 
but by some Greek founder, such as Antioch us lY. of Oommagene, 
in honour of the Emperor,. Having first received this name, it was 
probably soon afterwards raised to the rank of colony by the 


^ V. 8, 6. ^ Bev, Num.^ 1894, p. 170 f. 

^ Beisenj p. 131 f. Hlerooles’ order (709, 3 ffi) is ^AvTw^eia, ^lovAioae^aariq 
Kcorpot, 2Aivovst which is suitable to this identification. 

^ Eamsay, op. cit., p. 168, note 3. 


xiv. 8, 2. 



CILICIA. 


lix 


Emperor^ who gave it the names Julia Augusta in honour of 
Augustus, for whom he had so great an admiration ; its earlier 
name Claudiopolis was sufficient to show its connexion with 
Claudius himself.^ 

The coins, which begin with Trajan and go down to Gordian III., 
were formerly attributed to Niniva in Assyria. The impossibility 
of this attribution was demonstrated by Ramsay in conjunction 
with Waddington and other numismatists.^ 

Besides the types here published, the representation of a temple 
seen three-quarters to r. on a coin of Gordian in the Bibliotheque 
Nationale may be mentioned. 

The countermark @ (cf. nos. 6, 6, 8, 9) occurs also on four out 
of the five coins in the general collection at Paris; it may be 
compared with the ^ at Seleuoia (p. 135, nos. 33 f.). 

GEBMANICOPOLIS. 

The ancient name of Germanicopolis is preserved in the modern 
Ermeneh, It was perhaps derived from the name of Caligula 
Germanicus, the city being founded in his honour by Antiochus I 


^ Eamsay {of. cU,, pp. 169 f.) argues that the colony was founded by Doinitiaii, 
who named it after Julia, the daughter of Titus. This presupposes a mistake 
(doubtless natural enough) on the part o£ Ammianus MavcelHnus. 

^ Mev. Nnm., loc. cif. It is interesting to find that H. P. Borrell was near the 
truth, as is clear from a note in his MS. Catalogue on no. 3, which he places 
under Isauria : “ That this Coin has been struck at some place called Claudiopolis I 
feel persuaded, but I am not so certain it is of the city of that name in the province 
of Isauria, there appears according to ancient Geographers to have been several, 
but as great confusion exists as to their situation I must allow it to stand in its 
present place till I can provide for it elsewhere more satisfactorily. It came to me 
with several coins of Tarsus, Corycus, and Seleucia in Cilicia, and Antiochia in 
Pisidia.'^ 

^ Ptamsay, ITist, Geog,, pp. 366, 373. Leake {Tom\ p. 117) suggested that 
JBrmeneh represents Philadelphia. Philadelphia and Germanicopolis arc not the 
same place, as Wilhelm {ArciyEf, p. 2) supposes. Yital Cuinet 



lx 


INTROBUCTIOH. 


The attribution to this Germanicopolis of the coin here catalogued 
(PL xiii. 18) is due to Head/ who shows that in all particulars 
it differs from the coins of Germanicopolis in Paphlagonia. Besides 
the sloping edge^ the name 'Ahpiavr)^ is an additional point in favour 
of the attribution to Cilicia. A second coin, also of Hadrian, with 
the type of Zeus standing, holding sceptre and phiale, an eagle at 
his feet, is in the Waddington Collection.^ 

TITIOPOLIS. 

Titiopolis is mentioned by Constantine Porphyrogenitus between 
Germanicopolis and Domitiopolis as one of the cities of the 
Decapolis. Hierocles, on the other hand, mentions it'^’ between 
Anemurium and Lamus.^ Accordingly, as liamsay says,^ either 
in this single case there is a dislocation in Hierocles, and Titiopolis 
is misplaced, or else Titiopolis was situated on the mountains 
between the Urmeneh Su and the coast.” Tomaschek^ suggests 
that iJindelol represents Titiopolis and not Domitiopolis. 

The coins at present known are of Hadrian/ L. Verus/ and 


{Za Turquie d’Asie, ii., p. 77) mentions a convenient inscription, “ sur Tune 
desqueiles on a pu lire qiie Germanicus, envoye centre les Armeniens, avait fonde 
cette vilie en Tan 17 de notre ere.” The existence of this document is justly 
doubted by Heberdey- Wilhelm, p. 129. 

^ Sid, Num,,}\ 603. 

" Five (or six, if Germanicoplis is included) out of the eleven cities with this title 
given in Head’s Index {Mist. p. 776) are Gilician. 

® Babelon, Invent Wadd,^ p. 4735. 709, 1. 

® See the authorities collected by Longperier, Bev, Nmn., 1838, pp, 423 f.= 
A'-wm. OAr,, L, pp. 213 ff 

^ Sist. "BIO, 

^ Z-m* hist, Tofogr, von Kleinas, im Mitielalter (Sitzungsber. d. Wiener Akad , 
Phil-hist. CL, 189L, no. viii.), p. 69. 

3 Bev, Num.y 1838, p. 423, and 1883, p. 37, and Invent, Wadd., 4740. 

^ For this appears to be the Emperor represented on the coin catalogued in the 
text, and not Comrnodus, as first described {Nuni, Ch\, 1S94, p. 16). 



CILICIA. Ixi 

Caracalla and Geta;^ the types relate to Tyclie, Zens and Dionysos. 
The €TOVC T on tlie coin of L. Verus seems to be a regnal 
date. On the coin of Oaracalla and Geta Waddington read 
TITIOITOA€ITU)N Cl (the last two letters being donbtfol), 
A recent examination of the coin leads me to suggest that the 
reading is KI or KH (i,e. or KTjriSo^), 

IBENOPOLIS. 

Two cities called Irenopolis existed in Gilicia^ one in Lacanatis/ 
represented by the modern Irnebol, on the south side of the 
Ermeneh Suy the other in Cilicia Pedias, near Anazarbus and 
the Pyramns^ perhaps at Kars-Bazai\^ It is to the latter^ which 
was also called Neronias^ that Eamsay proposes to give the coins 
reading ElprivoTToXiTOdv, The fabric of the coins is, however^ not 
against an attribution to the western city, which is also favoured by 
the following considerations. The name Neronias is not found on 
the coins. It seems to point to a foundation by or under Nero ; 
but the era according to which the coins are dated begins in 62 or 
63 A.n., which would be suitable to a foundation by Antiochus IV", 
of Commagene", when, towards the end of the I'eign of Claudius, he 
effected the pacification of part of Cilicia Tracheia. This pacifica- 
tion the name of the city would commemorate. The occurrence of 
the mark of value H on the coins ^ also points to Cilicia Tracheia, 
Por these reasons the coins are here attributed to the city of 
Lacanatis. 


^ Invent, Wadd,, 4741 = i?et;. Num,^ 1883, p. 37. 2 ptoL, v. 8, 6. 

^ Eamyay, Eev, Num,, 1894, p. 170, note ; Hist, G-eog,,^ p. 365, %vliere the im- 
possibility of identifying Irenopolis and Zephyrinm is shown. Eckhel had already 
doubted the reading of the coin described by Vaillant on which the identification is 
based. 

Cl. no. 12, PL xiv. 15, and Imhoof-Blumer, Qr, Miinz., under Magydos, p. 685. 


Ixii 


INTROBUCTIOH. 


The arguments in favour of the eastern city must, however, be 
fairly stated. The coins are dated according to an era, which 
is more likely to have been the case in eastern than in western 
Cilicia.^ It is possible, as Bckhel suggests,^ that the name Neronias 
refers either to Claudius instead of Nero, or to a foundation in 
honour of Nero soon after the time of his adoption by Claudius 
(a.d. 50) . This would explain the diflSculty caused by the beginning 
of the era before the reign of Nero. Finally, as Cilicia Tracheia 
did not come under Roman provincial administration until after 
the time of Nero, there is some difficulty in understanding the 
existence of a coin of the western Irenopolis with that Emperor^s 
name (see below). Nevertheless, the balance of probability seems 
to be in favour of the attribution of the coinage to Irenopolis 
in Lacanatis. 

The coins reading AAKANATI2N, struck by Antiochus IV. of 
Commagene and his sons Bpiphanes and Oallimcus,'*^ wei’e probably 
issued from Irenopolis. 

The coinage begins with a coin bearing the name of Nero,** 
and the type of a caduceus between two cornuacopiae. Other types 


1 Bev, Wum., loc. cit. We have seen, however (p. liii.}, that in Tracheia, coins of 
Olha were perhaps dated according to an era ; and regnal years occur at Anemuriuin 
and Titiopolis. 

- JDoctr, JSftim., iii., p. 58. Eckhel does not distinguish the two cities of 
Irenopolis. 

Babelon, Bois de Syrle^ pp. ccxv., 220, no. 26 (scorpion in laurel-wreath) ; 
223, no. 45 (Armenian tiara decorated with scorpion, in laurel-wreatli). 

^ Invent, Wadd.^ 4*326. Ohv, [?L]AI NEPnNO.KAAYAIOY KAI 
CAPOC in a wreath. Bev. EIPHNOnO[AEITr2N __] iE 24 mm. Cf. 

the anchor between two crossed cornuacopiae, each containing a youthful bead, 
on coins of Epiphanes and Callinicus struck for Lacanatis (Wroth, B.M. Catal. 
Galatia, Sfc,, p. Ill, no. 10, pi. xv. 6). The date corresponds to 67-68 a.d., or to 
one or two years earlier, according as it is reckoned from the city era, or by the 
reign of Nero. 


CILICIA. 


Ixiii 


point to tlie importance of the worship of Asklepios and Hygieia. 
The name of the city is alluded to by the type of Eirene-Neniesis.^ 
A river is represented at the feet of the city-goddess on no. 2, and 
on a coin of Severus Alexander in the Bibliotheque Rationale, on 
which Nike approaches the goddess with a crown. The only other 
remarkable type is Dionysos in a car drawn by panthers and seen 
from the front.^ 

PHILABBLPHIA. 

Philadelphia (called in a list of bishops ^ pamg to distinguish it 
from the Lydian city) was a city of Oietis. It perhaps owed its 
name to lotape Philadelphos^ being founded in her honour by 
Antiochus IV. of Oommagene. Ramsay inclines to place it on the 
road from Grermanicopolis (another foundation of Antiochus*^) to 
Laranda. Ptolemy/ on the other hand, gives Philadelphia under 
the heading of Selentis, along with Kducrrpo^ {KiaTpos)» Aoimitlo- 
m‘o\i<;^^€\evfceLa Tpa^^ua Acofcatadpeia, 

The coinage (Trajan to Maximinus) is inscribed 4>IAAA€A<1>€WN 
KHTIAOC (THC KHTIAOC, KIHTIAOC). The types (except- 
ing Tyche®) all relate to Zeus, who on a coin in the Waddington 
Collection^ is represented seated, and on others standing. 


^ Mionnet, vii., p. 219, no. 260. 

^ Yalerian, Invent. WadcL, 4332. 

^ Eamsaj, JEut Geog., p. 452. For its probable site and history see pp. 371, 373. 
^ Germanicopolis and Philadelphia are distinct places. The supposed coin of 
Germanicopolis-Philadelphia {Num. 1888, p. 300) is of Philadelphia in 

Lydia {Num. Chr., 1889, p. 239), and is not wrongly given to that city by Imhoof- 
Blumer and Buresch as Wilhelm supposes {Arch.^Hp. 1894, p. 2, note 3). 

® Invent. WaM., 4439, cf. Waddington, MUmges, i., p. 34. 

^ Invent. WadcL^ 4437. 



IHTRODtJCTlOlJT. 


1X17 

SELEirCIA. 

Seleacia {Selefhe) ou the Oalycadnns owed its foundation and 
nam© to Seleocus Nicator, who transferred thither the population 
of the port of Holmi.^ The sanctuary of Apollo Sarpedonios^ 
formerly connected with Holmi, was now attached to the new 
foundation. Seleucia is highly praised by Strabo^ as being very 
different from the ordinary Oilician or Pamphylian type of city.^ 

The coinage begins in the second century b.o.^ pi'obably in the 
time of Aiitiochus IV;^ Just as on the coins of Holmi we find 
Athena and Apollo Sarpedonios associated^ so the most important 
types of the Seleucian coinage are the same two deities and Nike 
(the last probably representing the new element introduced into the 
cults of the city by the founder Nicator). The temple of Athena 
was on the acropolis^ that of Apollo probably on the tongue of land 
running out into the promontory Sarpedon. 

The autonomous coins may be divided into two classes^ according 
as they read SeXevfcecov r&v 7 rpd<; rm KakvfcdSvcoLf or simply 
Kercv. The types of the former are confined to the three subjects 

^ Stept. Byz., 2e\€vKeia and'^OA/Ao«, The autbority for the latter note is 
Strabo (xiv., p. 670). The older name of the site was 'Tp/a ; this gave way to 
'O'Kfji.la (for so, and not we must read in Steph., s.v. ^eXevKeta^ with Holste- 

nius), and this finally to 

^ xiv., p. 670. Among its distinguished citizens he mentions his contemporaries 
the Peripatetics Xeuarcbos and Athenaios. Both these names occur on coins of the 
place (Imhoof-Blumer, Gr. Munz,, no. 572, Babelon, Invent, Wadd,, 4447), and 
as Sti'aho says that Athenaios Koi eVoXcrtocraro Ka\ ih)iiay^yri(T€ )(p6vov riva sv rfj 
7i:arpidi, we may perhaps identify him with the monetary magistrate. As to 
!Xenarcbos, on tlie other hand, Strabo implies that he did not TToXimjeaBai, so that 
the Xeuarcbos of the coins must be another person (see, however, Head, Mist, 
Mtm., p. 610). 

® Cf. the remarks in Heberdey-XVilhelra, p. 101. 

^ For the distinction between the coins of this Seleucia and those which belong to 
Seleucia-Tralles, see Imhoof-BIumer, L^d, Btadtmdi.nzen, p. 169. 


CrUGIA. 


lx? 


mentioned above, and tbe magistrate's names, of whicli tliere are 
sometimes as many as four on a coin, are always abbreviated. In. 
tbe other class, of wliicli some may go down to Imperial times, tbo 
types are more varied,^ and tbe magistrates^ names (one only on 
each coin) generally written at length, sometimes preceded by inri? 
In spite of this division into two series, there seems to be no doubt 
that both belong to one and the same city. 

The Imperial coinage begins with Hadrian,^ from whose time to 
that of Oaracalla, Seleucia, like other Cilician cities, issued silver 
(sometimes of base quality) from time to time. These silver coins 
fall into two denominations, the heavier weighing from 12*70 to 
12*21 grammes (195*5 to 188*4 grains), the lighter from 9*7 to 8*38 
grammes (149*7 to 129*3 grains). 

Of the Imperial types, the most important is the scene from the 
Gigaiitomachia, of which there are three varieties : 

(1) Athena on foot, with spear and shield, striking dowm a single 

giant (nos. 17, 33, f38, 54, 57, 58, PI. xxiv. 4). 

(2) Athena on foot, with aegis and thunderbolt, and a single giant.'^ 

(3) Athena in quadriga to front, with two giants (no. 26, PI. xxiii. 10).^ 

^ Add to those not represented in this Catalogue : (1) Head of the City, veiled and 
turreted; rev. Athena standing, holding Nike, magistrates AHMHTPlOY, 
lENAPXOY, KATTITjQNOC- Mionnet, iil, p. 599, 282''284, Iinhoof- 
Blmner, Gr. Munz., no. 572. (2) Club of Herakles (of. the Imperial coin, no. 29, 

PI. xxiv*. 1), Mionnet, ihid.f 281, Imhoof-Blumer, op. cit, no. 574. (3) Bust of 
Helios, Babelon, Invent. Wadd.^ 4453. 

^ To no. 15 with nOAEMAPXOY, and those given in the previous note, 
add A0HNAIOY (BMm,Iment.Wadd.,4M7)-, Efll AHMHTPlOY 

(ihid., ; AlOCKOYPIAOY (Mionnet, iil, p. 599, no. 281, Imhoof- 
Blumer, op, ciL, nos. 573, 574) ; €0 1 KYNTI — (Babelon, op. ciL, no. 4453) ; 
nOAEMUNOU (Imhoof-Blumer, op. aV., no. 572a). 

^ Unless the coin described by Mionnet (Supp. vii., p. no. 330) after Sestini 
is really of Tiberius, which may be doubted. ^ Mionnet, iii,, p. 604, no. 313. 

“ 8ee the collection of similar types by Imhoof-Blumer, Z,f. N., xiii., pp. 134 ff. 
(Diocaesarea, Seleucia, Tarsus), to which add Sebaste (PI. xxxix. 6 ot‘ this volume, 
and Gr. note on no. 675). On the appropriateness of such representations 

to Cilician cities, see Cavedoni, Spicil,, p. 209. 



INTBODUGHON. 


Ixvx 

Next ia importance is the type (PL xxiy. 6) whicli occurs first 
under Gordian III., representing the busts of Apollo Sarpedonios 
and the Tyche of the City confronted. There seems to be no valid 
reason for identifying these two busts with Sarapis and Isis,^ Apollo 
is identified by his branch, which also occurs as an independent type 
(nos. 21, 22, PL xxiii. 8).^ Other important types are connected 
with Zeus'^ (nos. 18, 19, 36, PI. xxiii. 7), Dionysos^ (nos. 27, 30, 
PL xxiii. 11, xxiv. 2), Artemis^ (nos. 15, 17, PL xxiii. 6), 
^^lo on cow,^^® Aphrodite,"^ the river Calycadnus.^ 

The title of the city on Imperial coins is usually ^SeXevfcicop r^v 
TTpo^ T& KaXvKaBvo), often abbreviated, sometimes ^eXevfcmv KaXv^- 
KaBvoVy sometimes only SeXevfciaov, In the time of Hadrian we find 
SeXeu/cecor r&{v) 7rp{o^) KaXv{icdhvm) ri}*? hp{a^) fcal da (vXov) auT(o- 
vopov),^ The title eXeu^epa? first occurs under Domna and Caracalla.^^ 
The letters C € which stand in the field of the silver coins of this 


^ The Yienna coin described by Kenner (under Laodicea, Wum, Zeit,, iv., pp. 
244-246, pi. X. 6) does, it is true, represent Sarapis and Isis : but a comparison of 
the illustration with the coins here catalogued (nos. 47-53, 55, PL xxiv. 6) will show 
that Drexler {Num, Zeit.^ xxi., p. 213 ff.) is wrong in his inference from the Yienna 
coin to the others. 2 Cf. also the branch on nos. 1, 10. 

^ Cf. the dedication Ad Bope/co, Heberdey-Wilhelm, p. 102, no. 182. 

^ Of. the dedication Aiovvaco ’Ap;^€[/3]a/c;i^G> Ka\ tols pucrrat?, oj), cit., p. 104, 
no, 183. A coin of Trebonianus Galius in the Biblioth^que Rationale bears what 
appears to be a cista mystica with domed top between two standards. 

s Of. Babelon, Invent. Wadd., 4477, pi. xi. 12 ; Artemis huntress, tree and stag 
in thicket ; and Imhoof-B lamer, Monn. gr., p. 364, no. 47 : Artemis, Hermes and a 
sleeping figure. 

® Babelon, op. cit., 4458, 4462, cf. Be Moustier OataL, 1306 (** Europa on buir*). 
It is probable that this type represents Aphrodite or Astarfce on a bull (cf. Imhoof- 
Blumer, Journ. Hellen. Stud., xviii., p. 165). 

^ Imhoof-Blumer, Gr. Munz., p, 713, nos. 576 f. ; Babelon, op. cit., 4470. 

® Babelon, op. cit., 4474. 

® Imhoof-Blumer, Gr. Munz.., p. 713, no. 575 ; cf. Babelon, Invent. Wadd., 4458. 

A coin at Paris, with the same type as no. 39, reads 6A€ ] V0€ | PAC 
on the temple at the feet of Tyche. 



CILICIA. 


Ixvii 

time (nos. 23, 28, 29, PL xxiiL 9, 12, xxiv. 1) Lave not been 
satisfactorily explained.^ Finally, it may be noted that the letters 
TT TT Trarpiho^) are used at Selencia by Hadrian and Pins, 

as at Mopsns, Soli, and Tarsus. 

The countermarks ^ (cf. @ at Ninica, above p. lix.) and K are 
noticeable for their frequency on the Imperial coins from the time 
of Severus Alexander downwards. 

E. — Coast Cities peom the Caltcadnus to the Lamus. 

COBYCTTS. 

The ancient name of Corycus is preserved in Korgos (Ghorgos), 
half an hour south-west of Elaeussa.^ It was especially famous for 
the Corycian cave in the neighbourhood.® The chief deity was 
evidently Hermes (see PL xi. 13, 14; xii. 1, 2, 7, 10), whose worship 
is often referred to in local inscriptions.^ 

The coinage begins in the first century b.c. The early coins 
bear abbreviated names of magistrates.^ 


^ Leakers suggestion (JSfmn. Hell. Supjp., p. 87) of ’E(X€v^€pa) is 

hardly probable; if the letters really refer to the name of the city, l(evrjpLaprjs) 
E(Xct;^€pag) may be suggested ; but the secret may lie in the unexplained inscrip- 
tion of no. 39. 

^ For the site and antiquities of the neighbourhood, see especially J3ent and 
Hicks, Journ. Hellen. Stud., 1891, pp. 206 F. ; Heberdey and Xyillielm, pp. 67 If. 

** Pindar, Pytli., i, 31 : Tvfpm iKarovrompapos’ rov irore | KiXlkiop Bpe-^ep 
Trokvmyvpov avrpov. Piin., A. JET., v. 92 ; eodem nomine o^jpidmn et fortus et 
specus. Strabo, xiv., pp. 670, 671 ; Mela, i. 13, 71. 

^ Heberdey and Wilhelm, pp. 66, 71, no. 154; Bent and Hicks, pp. 211, 232, 
237. Oppian {Hal., iii. 208) speaks of the place as ^Epp^lao woXiv, vav(xlKkvTop 
acTTv j K(t>pvKLop. Names formed from 'Epprjs are common there. 

^ The Em which occurs on many specimens (Efll AH, EFII A I, EiTII EP 
Tnveni. Wadd., 42 15, 4247, 4250) is perhaps the preposition (cf. Seleucia, above, 
p. kv., note 2). 



Ixviii 


INTRODUCTION. 


Corycus was one of the mints of Antiochus IV. of Commagene 
(38-72 A.D.).i 

On the later Imperial coins (nos, 19 f.) the naval importance of 
Corycus is attested by the title Navapx^^, and by various types, 
of which the most remarkable is the personification of Thalassa 
(PL xii. 6), wearing a head-dress of crabs^ claws.^ 

Of the other inscriptions on Imperial coins, the most common is 
AYTONOMI2N or AYTONOMOY.s ©€MIA(o9) is the true 
reading of the inscription on the prize vase on nos. 21 f.‘^ The 
games were presumably Abovvona, 


ELAEUSSA-SEBASTE, 

Elaeussa or (as it is more usually written) Blaeusa,^ originally an 
island, is now joined to the mainland, the name of the site and 
whole district being A^asoh),^ It is close to Corycus, and the coins 
of the two places have various points of resemblance. The coinage 
has been discussed at length by Imhoof-Blumer,^ whose views, with 
one important exception, are adopted here. 

The coinage begins at the end of the second or beginning of the 


^ Babelon, Invent, Wadd,, 4252, 4253; KjClPYKinTIlN , female 
figure seated, holding phiale. 

® Of. the figure on coins of Perinthus (B.M. Catal. Thrace, p. 157, no. 58 ; 
Berlin, BescJireihung, i., p. 215, no. 47) and Laodicea in Phrygia (Imhoof-Blumer, 
Z,f, N.f XX., p. 260, pi. ix. 9); also the half-figure on a coin of Tralles in the 
British Museum. 

^ The ACY quoted by Echhel (iii., p. 53, Valerian) should probably be AY • 
Bev, N-iim., 1869-70, p. 69. Of. the coins of Aspendus, B.M. Catal. I/ycia, S{c., 
p. Ixxiv. The reading Osoya/jLia (Yaillant) appears to have no authority. 

^ Meineke’s text of Steph. Byz., s,h,v. gives ’EXatox/crcra, and "EXaiovcraiony is the 
reading of some of the coins of the first century b.c, 

^ The latest account in Heberdey and Wilhelm, pp. 61 ff. 

^ .Eev, Suisse, viii., pp. 24 f. 


CILICIA. 


■IxiX: 

first century b.c. It consisted of silver tetradraclims and two sorts 
of bronze. The only extant specimen of tbe former {PL xL 14) reads 
EAAIOYZIUN THS lEPAS KAI AYTONOMOY; its types 
are tlie bust of Tyche turreted r., and a Gooldess standing], holding 
a tiller (?) ; in the field of the reverse an aplnstre and monogram,^ 
The bronze coins are of the two groups represented by nos. 1-12 
(PL xxxix. 3-5). In both groups the coins with ZZ are of the 
older and better workmanship.^ The Hermes of the second group 
is probably the Oorycian god. 

When Archelans of Cappadocia received Cilicia Tracheia in 20 B.c.^ 
he built a palace at Elaeussa and re-named the place Sebaste in 
honour of Augustus. Thence he issued the silver drachms with his 
portrait and a club, on which he calls himself /crtVr???. These coins 
bear dates fixing them to 18/17 b.c. — 5/6 a.d. But there are also 
bronze coins which probably began as early as 20 b.c., and show the 
transition from the inscription EAAIOYZIX2N to ZEBAZTHNilfSl 
(types : head of Tyche r., and Nike 1. with wreath). Coins reading 
SejSacTTTjvooi^ M'rjrpoiroXem (types: head of Tyche r., and Nike L 
with wreath ; or caducens and dolphin r.), as also one without the 
additional title (types: club in laurel-wreath, and Nike 1. with 
wreath and palm-branch), are probably of somewhat later date. 

Archelaus L was deposed and died in 17 a.b. Erom that date 
until 36 A.D. probably the greater part of Archelans* extra- 
Cappadocian dominions was in the possession of Archelaus the 
younger. To this period no coins can be ascribed. In 88 a.d. his 
possessions passed to Antiochus IV. of Cpmmagene and lotape, who 


^ Imlioof-Blumer, he, cit., no. 1 ; Invent. Wadd., 4703, pL xii. 15. 

^ Imhoof-Blumer dates all these about half a century before the time of Arche- 
laus. Otherwise it would have been tempting to sec bis name in tbe monogram uu 
nos. 4 ff. 


INTRODUCTION, 


Ixx 

struck coins at Sebaste.^ From tke union witk Oilicia in 74 a.d.^ 
to the time of Commodus, there appears to be a gap in the coinage.^ 
This Imhoof-Blumer has proposed to fill by a transference to 
Sebaste of various serfes of silver coins usually attributed to 
Caesarea in Cappadocia. In spite of the very great authority with 
which he speaks^ these coins have not been included under Sebaste 
in this volume^ for reasons which have been stated elsewhere by 
Wroth.^ 

The later coinage of Sebaste ranges from Commodus to V alerian^ 
and most of the types of importance are represented in the present 
Catalogue.® To the third century Imhoof-Blumer also attributes 
two quasi-autonomous coins : 

(1) Olv. C€BACTH Bust of Athena r. Mev, NAYAPXIC 

Poseidon standing r. 28 mm. 

(2) Ohv. Bearded helmeted bust 1. Eev. G€BACT[H]N[nN] 

!Nike 1. with wreath. iE 17 mm. 


^ Types (besides the portrait of Antiochus) : INude beardless figure standing on 
prow, Tyclie standing, figure of the queen seated. Inscription SEBAZTH 
NUN (and the titles of the king and queen). 

2 In 74 Am. lotape, daughter of Antiochus, and her husband Alexander received 
a Cilician island, generally supposed to be Elaeussa. Eamsay, however (Hist, 
Oeog., pp. S73, 374), suggests that it was not Elaeussa hut lotape, which is, it is 
true, now joined to the coast, but may once have been an island. 

® The coin of Trajan published by Sestini (Lett num, cont., viii., p. 96, pi. ii.l3) 
is prohabl}”, as Imhoof-Blumer says, misread. 

^ B.M. Catal. Galatia^ Sfc., p. xxxvi. Imhoof-Blumer argues (p. 33) that 
Sebaste has all the better claim to the silver coins with the type of a standard on a 
prow, as other Cilician cities could not be used as Imperial mints, for the very 
reason that in the second century they were coining civic silver money (Tarsus, 
Mopsnestia, Aegeae, Seleucia, under various emperors from Domitian to Severus). 
But although these silver coins bear the names of the various cities, they are 
obviously modelled on the issues of the Syrian Antiochia, and must have served as 
a general provincial currency. Cilicia was thus amply supplied with silver, and it 
is doubtful whether it was necessary to set up a mint at Sebaste. 

^ A type not noted by Imhoof-Blumer occurs on a coin of Domna at Paris ; 
C€BAi‘A NAYAPX Mummy-shaped figure, standing on spherical base?, 
holding uncertain objects in arms. M *9. 



CILICIA. 


The full title of the city is C6BACTH l€Pa ACvXoq AYToyo/xo 9 
N AY apx^} In the field of no, 15 (PL xxxix. 7) and also on coins 
of Yalerian occur six letters, TTCPA6T or TTAC€PT, which as yet 
have not been explained, 

CILICIA PEDIAS. 

F.— Westeen DisriiiGT, 

SOII-POMPEIOPOLIS. 

Soli stood on or close to the coast neBbt 3fezetluJ^ not far from the 
border of Cilicia Tracheia and Pedias,'^ The accounts of its founda- 
tion are confused, but there seems little doubt of its connexion with 
Ehodes;^ The ethnikon was both SoXen? and S'oXio?, and both forms 
are found on the early coins.® 

The earliest coinage, which begins about the middle of the fifth 
century, on the Persic standard, has for types the bunch of grapes 
(the usual type of all the silver coinage of the city) and an archer. 
On the earliest specimens (no. 1, PI. xxv, 1) the archer is engaged 
in testing an arrow; on the later (PL xxv. 2-9), in looking along 


^ The occurrence of the title iXevdipa is doubted by Imhoof-Blumer (p. 32, 
note 3). 

“ Hcberdey and Wilhelm, pp. 42, 45. ® Strabo, xiv. 671. 

^ Kcil 'PoSiW KTicrpa tS>p ck Aipbov, Strabo, xiv. 671. MliodU, de Solis 

mhe, quae in Cilicia est^ egeriint : ‘Argis et illos^ sicut sese, oriundos esse : ah 
ea germanitate fraternam sihi cum iis caritatem esse’ Liv., 37, 56. Urhs est 
olim a Rhodiis Argivisque, post piratis^ Pompeio assignante^ possessa, Mela, 13. 
Other accounts connect it with Athens and Solon (Diog. Laert., i. 2, 51, Steph, 
Byz., s.^n), and these, in view of the prevalence of the type of Athena and the owl, 
are perhaps not altogether based on popular etymology. See also below, on the 
Ilj]yg 2ovvLds, and compare the copy of the Athenian type of the owl with A0E 
on no. 41, PL xxvi. 13. 

® Steph. Byz., s.v, Eckhel {Boetr., iii*, p. 68) rightly, in spite of the distinction 
drawn by Diogenes Laertius (i. 2, 51), refuses to give those with 26k€vs to the 
Ciiician, and those with 26\iqs to the Cypriote city, since there is no corresponding 
variation of the types. 



Ixxii 


INTRODUCTION. 


his bow-string to see whether it is intact. - He wears the pointed 
archer^s bonnet^ decorated with a wing-shaped cockade.^ As he 
does not wear any regal head-dress, it seems unnecessary to identify 
him with a king of Cilicia.^ 

Contemporary with the later issues of the archer series are the 
staters*^ and obols with the head of Athena^' in an Athenian helmet 
adorned with a griffin, and, on the reverse, a bunch of grapes 
(PL XXV. 12-18), sometimes set diagonally in a dotted square.^ 
The inscription on this series seems to be usually, though not 
always, 50 A ION, and is occasionally written outside the incuse 
square on the flan.^ 

Towards the end of the fifth century was struck the tetrobol 
no. 25 (PLxxvi. 1), which Babelon'^ has assigned to Soli on account 
of the symbol in the field. But in fabric, style and weight it strongly 
resembles the coins of Gaza,^ to which mint I have, since the text 
was passed for press, come to the conclusion it should be transferred, 

^ In no case is he stringing his bow, as a comparison with other coins on which 
that act is represented {e,g. Oydonia in Crete) will make clear. The arrow-testing 
motif is not uncommon in Greek art (cf. A. S. Muiray, Designs from Greeh Vases ^ 
pi. V. 19; or the kylix formerly in the Porman Collection, Sale Catal.j no. 337). 
The head-dress is clearly seen on the ohols (PI. xxv. 10, 11). The cockade is not 
usual ; see E. Zahn, Die Darstellungen der Barharen (1896), pp. 47 for the 
ordinary head-dress ; hut it is worn in a different way hy an archer on a vase- 
fragment at Munich (Sauer, Das sogen. Theseion^ p. 118). 

2 Babeion, Les Berses Ach.^ p. xxv. 

^ And possibly a double stater (316 grains) ; see Head, MisL Num., p. 611, 
note 1. The coin with an archaic bearded head of .Dionysos (Leake, Num. Dell,, 
p. 95) would seem also to belong to this period. 

^ Athena is a common type at all periods in the coinage of Soli-Pompeiopoiis. 
She is mentioned in an inscription (E. J. Davis, Life in Asiatic TitrJceg, p. 24). 

5 Cf, the similar diagonal arrangement of the reverse types on the early coinage 
of Tarsus (PL xxviii. 4-8). 

^ Cf. no. 16 ; also Combe, Mus. Diint., pi. 51, 30 ; Leake, Niim. Hell,, p. 123 
(with SOAIKON), The form 50 A I ON is the neuter nominative singular of 
SdXioff, not* the genitive plural. 

^ Les Perses Aehhn., p. xxvi. ^ Babeion, op, clL, PI. viii. 


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In tlie time of Tiribaiaus^ Soli appears as a mint employed by 
that satrap for the issue of coins with his name and the types of 
Baal and Ahura-mazda (no. 26, PL xxn* 2).^ The satrapal coins 
(PL xxvi. 3) reading 50AIK0N with the heads of Herakles and 
a satrap (compare the series of Mall us with a similar portrait/^ 
PL xvii. 9) are somewhat later than the coins with the name of 
■Tiribazus* 

Soli was perhaps, like Issus, Mallns and Tarsus, a mint in the 
time of Mazaeus. One of the coins marked S, with the facing head 
of Athena in triple-crested helmet (for which see under Tarsus, 
p. 174, nos. 70-72), was actually found at the site.^ 

The latest silver coinage of Soli (PL xxvi. 4-8) bears the types 
of Athena in a crested Corinthian helmet, and the usual bunch of 
grapes.'^ The symbols in the field of the reverse seem to relate not 
to magisti'ates but to the various cults of the city.^ 

Muller^' attiubutes to Soli certain coins of Alexandrine types with 
the letter ^ and, in one case, the ivy-leaf as a symbol (cf. no. 8, 
PL XXV. 8). The city was occupied by Alexander in 333 n.c.^ 


^ I should be inclined to give to Soli the coin assigned by Babelon (op. cif.^ 
p. 21, no. 156, pL iii. 16) to Issus. The mint name is almost entirely ofi the fian, 
hut I seem to perceive a trace of O in the same position as on the British Museum 

■■^specimen..', , , , 

- Langlois, Voyage dans la Cilieie^ p, 242, 

® In the Bibliotheque Nationale is a transitional stater (150‘93 grains) : Head of 
Athena in crested Athenian helmet with griffin. AO A Linear border. Men, 
50 A E Grapes, vine-leaf, lion seated r. Ho trace of incuse circle or square. 

^ Owl (Athena) ; rose and star (Helios) ; kantharos (Dionysos). The three 
former occur as independent types on coins either of Soli or of Pompeiopolis ; the 
star is also attached to the grapes in a peculiar way on one of the earliest coins of 
Soli (Baheion, Perses Aehem,^ pi. iii. 12). 

Nmn, d^Aleoc,, nos. 1319-1329. 

Arrian, AnoM.t ii. 5. 


h 



XXIV 


INTEOBITCTIOir. 


The bronze coinage of the Seleucid peiiod has a great variety of 
types ; the most important are the oriental Aphrodite riding on a 
bull (PI. xxvi. 10), and the bull-horned Dionysos (PL xxvi. 11).^ 
When Tigranes of Armenia founded Tigranocerta (shortly after 
83 B.C.), he peopled it with the inhabitants of twelve Greek cities/ 
one of which was probably Soli, In any case, Soli was destroyed 
by him, and remained deserted until Pompeius refounded it, settling 
there some of the pirates whom he had subdued.^ The date of 
the new foundation is fixed by the era of the city, which begins 
in 66 B.c. (autumn).^ The inhabitants at first took the name 
no/jLiTTjiavoL, as is proved by two bronze coins in the collection 
of Imhoof-Blumer ; ° but this was soon altered to UofjbTTTjtoTroXcTai. 
The coinage henceforward consists of bronze with a variety of 
interesting types (PI. xxvii.), some of them celebrating Pompeius 
himself, Aratus the poet-philosopher, Chrysippus the stoic, and 
perhaps Philemon the comic poet.^ Other types on these quasi- 
autonomous coins (not represented in this Catalogue) are : Tyche 


^ See Imhoof-Blumer, Journ, Kellen, Stud., xviiL, p. 165, nos. 9-12, pi. xii. 9, 
8, 11. Other types : Aegis with gorgoneion (nos. 85, 36, PI. xxvi. 10, Imhoof- 
Blumer, loc. cit.) ; rose (id., Ifonn. gr., p. 364, no. 495) ; cornucopiae (Baheion, 
Invent, Wadd,t 4507). The rose and. the head of Helios recall the connection with 
Ehodes mentioned above. 2 gtraho, xi. 532. 

^ Dio Cass., 36, 20; Plut., Powp., 28; Strabo, xiv. 665, 671; Mela, 13. In- 
scription in honour of Pompeius (rp\s avroKpd[ropa], Krlcrrrjv Koi Trdrpodva TroXecos), 
in which the people are called UopTrrjtoTroXtrSyv r^s lepds Kat dcrvXov kol avrovopov : 
Athen. MUtli., xii., p. 2o8=BuU. Corr. Sell., xii., 427. Cf. the coins with the 
title Upas avrov . . . (Baheion, Invent. Wadd., 4523). 

4 Imhoof-Blumer, Journ. Eellen. Stud,, xviii., p. 166; not 65 b.g., Z,f, JSf,, 
X., p. 296. ® Journ, Hellen, Stud,, loc. cit. 

® Por coins with these types see Imhoof-Blumer, loo. cit. Aratus, Chrysippus 
and Philemon are mentioned by Strabo (xiv. 671) as citizens of Soli. Benndorf 
{Jalireshefte des Oesterr. Inet., ii., p. 252, note 10) notices the resemblance of the 
head of Chrysippus to the portraits of Plato. The head on nos. 53 (PL xxvii. 3), 54 
appears to me to be markedly different from that of Pompeius, and to hear some 
resemblance to M. Antonins. 


CILICIA. 


Ixxw 


witli a river-god afc her feefc; Zeus seated^ holding Nike; Apollo 
standings holding branch and lyre on column;^ head of Helios; and 
crescent moon.^ There was a large and varied coinage in the year 
229 of the city (=163/4 A.n.), possibly, as linhoof-Blamer suggests, 
to commemorate some festival or the inauguration of some great 
building. The coinage with the heads of Emperors lasts from 
Nero to Volusian. The names of magistrates disappear after the 
reign of Domitian. Among the more interesting types are the 
CCBACT12N OMONOIA of M. Aurelius and L. Verns, struck 
in the year 229 above-mentioned;^ the nHFH COYNIAC/ 
Athena, with crescent at shoulders, standing holding Nike/' Askle- 
pios with Hygieia and Telesphoros.^ The representation of Artemis 
with stag\s horns on her head (no. 67, Pi. xxvii. 8) is unknown on 
the coins of any other city except Tarsus (PL xxxviii. 1). 

The coins of the time of Gordian III. and Philip often bear the 
mark of value A^ (=6 assaria). On the obverse the title TT(aT^p) 
TT(aTpt8o9) is common from the time of Antoninus Pius onwards. 

2EPHYRIUM. 

The promontory of Zephyrium, between Soli and the mouth 
of the Cyduus (to be distinguished especially from that between 


^ Mionnet, iii., p. 612, no. 352. ^ Kenner, Num. Zeit, i., p. 73. 

® Mionnet, iii., p. 613, no. 358. 

^ Ko. 58, PL xxvii. 6; of. Babelon, Invent Wadd., 4522, pi. xi. 17. ^ovmd^ is 
otherwise known as the surname of Athena at Sixnium, and as a bj-form of the 
name 2ovpioy itself. Was the name brought to Soli from Attica ? The river-god 
at the feet of Tjche on other coins possibly represents the Mezetlu Te/iai, or the 
other river which Hows into the sea east of Pompeiopolis. Neither of these can be 
identified with the Liparis, in quo natantes aut lavantes ah rj>sa aqua nnquuntuT 
(Yitrav., viii. 8, cf. Plin., N. JL, 31, 17), since it is an inland stream (Plin., H. J£, 
5, 93 ; cf. Beaufort, Karamaniay pp. 266, 267). 

^ Imhoof-BIumer, Z,f, K, x. (1883), p. 298. 

® Babelon, ’Wadd., 4e523. 



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INTEOBUCTIOH, 


Oelenderis and Sarpedon), has been identified with the flat tongue 
of land at the mouth of the DeU-Su^ m-di the city of Zephyrium 
itself with Mersina.^ 

The coins range from the first century B.c. to the time of the 
Antonines^ but the only Imperial portraits represented are those 
of Hadrian^ Sabina and Pius,^ Prom the time of Hadrian 
onwards the title AAPIANOTTOA(€)ITWN occurs on the coins ; 
and a coin of Hadrian and Sabina has the additional title 
€YC€BWN.^ 

Types evidently resembling no. 1 (PL xxxviii. 8)^ have been 
described as ^Hwo torches in saltire/^ but both the Paris specimen 
and that catalogued here seem to bear merely the letter X . The 
figure on the reverse of no. 2 (PI. xxxviii. 9) is undoubtedly 
turreted, and offers a curious combination of Athena and the 
goddess represented on nos. 5^ 6 (PI. xxxviii. 11). The bust of 
Athena and a figure of Poseidon standing ai’e the types of a coin 
in the Waddington Collection.^ 

TAEsns. 

Tarsus on the Cydnus was probably throughout ancient times 
the most important city of Cilicia. The earliest coinage certainly 


^ Heberdey and Wilhelm, p. 2 ; Langlois, Foyage^ p. 251, The two coins pub- 
lished by Langlois, Bev. Num.^ 1854, p. 104, were found at Mersina. 

3 The coin described by Vaillant, as having the head of Trebonianus Gallus and 
the legend ZE4>YPIf2TnN El PHNOTTOAEJTXIN , is almost certainly 
either false or misread (Mionnet, vii., p. 292, no, 556 ; cf. Eamsay, Bist. 

Geog.f p. 365). The coin may possibly be of an earlier emperor and read 

AAPIANOnOAEITHN. 

^ Imhoof-Blumer, Z>f. JSf., iii., p. 343, no. 4. 

Imhoof-Blumer, op. cit, p. 342, no. 1 ; Mionnet, iii., p. 658, no. 623. 

Bahelon, Invent. Wadd.f 4697. 



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Ixxvii 


belonging to Tarsus^ of tlie fiffeb century b.c,^ is attributed to the 
kings of Cilicia of d:bat' time ''(nos. 1 ff., PL xxviii. 4“12)d Tbo 
attribution to Tarsus of tbe series, with the type of cow and calf, 
and in some cases: the name of Baum in Phoenician characters, 
must be regarded aS:, uncertain;^ '.and that of the series with the 
hoplite and horseman on the forepart of a horse as disproved,^ 

For detailed discussion of the various coins of the end of the 
fifth and beginning of the fourth century, which were issued from 
Tarsus, but which cannot be attributed to any individual ruler, 
it is sufficient to refer to the works of Six and Bahelon already 
quoted. As it is unlikely that any of the coins of Tarsus are as 
early as the time of the Persian wars, the only ruler of Cilicia 
before Tiribazus with whom coins of Tarsus can be associated 
is the Syennesis (IV.) who was reigning at the time of the ex- 
pedition of Cyrus the younger, and by whom, therefore, some of 
the later specimens of the class nos. 1-11 may have been issued. 

To the fourth century, in addition to the coins to be discussed 
below, belong a number of small denominations, the attribution 
of which to Tarsus is often highly conjectural. Possibly some of 
the coins described at the end of the Catalogue (PL xxxix. 10-14) 
as uncertain coins of Oilician fabric were issued from Tarsus.'^ 

The issue of the coins of Tarsus with the king on horseback and 
the hoplite appears to have continaed for some time during the 

* Babelon, Ferses Aclimn., p- sxv, ,* Six, Le 8atrape Mazaios, Num. Chr., 1884, 
pp. 162 If., nos. 6, 7. ^ Six, Num, Ckr,^ 1894, p. 332. 

Six, Num, Glir., 1884, p. 153, nos. 5, 6 ; Babelon, loc. cit, 

^ See, besides Six and Babelon, loo. cit, Imhoof-Blumer, Mo^ni, gr,, pp. 366, 
370 ff. As regards no. 68 in the last list, the British Museum also possesses 
another specimen apparently of Bycian fabric, which was obtained from Sir Charles 
Fellows with a number of Lycian coins. I have therefore omitted both from this 
Catalogue. 



Ixxviii 


mmoBncTiGH. 


fourtli century^ and perhaps to have gone on side by side with the 
satrapal coinage of Tiribazus and his successors.^ 

Tirihams (b.c. 386-381 or 380^). The coins issued by this 
satrap for Tarsus (PL xxix. 1) correspond to others issued for Issus 
and Soli with the same types (Baal and Ahuramazda). Probably 
he struck similar coins at Mallus^ although none are extant, his 
issues from that mint being confined to other types. 

Fharnahazus (b.c. 379-374^). This satrap was occupied (out- 
side his own satrapy) in Cilicia with the organization of military 
affairs at three periods (398-394, 891-389, 379-374 b.c.), to the 
last of which, in all probability, the Oilician coins bearing his name 
belong. He seems to have introduced the remarkable types (PL 
xxix. 2 if.) of the heads of Ares and Arethusa (if the head, whose 
representation is evidently modelled on the Arethusa coins of 
Kimon, is so to be named). Most of the coins of Pharnabazus 
struck in Cilicia bear the word or (Idk) in Aramaic 

characters. To his time also belong the staters and smaller 
denominations without his name, but with the legend On one 

specimen KIAIKION occurs in addition;'^ on another, TEP^SIKON 
(no. 22, PL xxix. 6). 

Batames (b.c. 378-372).® To this satrap are generally attributed 
the coins (PL xxix. 9-15) given by De Luynes to Daniel and by Six 
to ^ Tarcamos.^ Historical considerations (Datames was active in 
Cilicia about the time of Pharnabazus’ third stay in that province) , 
and the abundance of the coinage (one series having the same types 
as Pharnabazus and being obviously of the same date), compel us 

^ Six {Num. Chr,, 1894, p. 329) recognizes Autopbradates in the young horse- 
man of some of the staters. ^ Bahelon, ojp, cit.^ p. xxix. 

® Bahelon, op. gU.^ pp. xxxiv. f. ^ Bahelon, op. cit., p. xxxvii. 

® Bahelon, op. cit.^ p. xxxviii. f. For a list of his coins see Six, Num. 

1884, pp. 103 ff. {“ Tarcamos ”). 



CILICIA. 


Ixxix 


to reject the attributions to the obscure Dernes (a govenior 
of Phoenicia), or to ^Tarcamos/ whose existence, although Ms 
name ^ is quite possible, is not attested by ancient writers. As 
to the reading of the Aramaic legend on the coins in dispute, 
the first, fourth, and fifth letters are undoubtedly Jl, D and 1 
respectively. The second letter takes various forms, ranging 
between H and H . It may be read as *1 or *1 (D is less likely). 
The third letter is occasionally made exactly like the second ; but, 
since on most specimens it is given a very different form, we 
must suppose these occasional resemblances to be due to careless- 
ness. The most distinctive form the letter assumes is the angle 
between the two short strokes being sometimes actually severed. 
This letter can hardly be anything but 13. On other specimens it 
seems to resemble "7 . The whole inscription may, therefore, be 
read 1D:3nn, IDllil, or The first reading resembles 

no known name. If we adopt the second, and assume the nun 
to represent a sonant nasal {n), the form would be a 

legitimate representation in Greek sounds of the Aramaic original.^ 
An easy metathesis of the dentals gives us AardiMr}^, The third 
and fourth readings are probably due to careless or ignorant 
writing.'^ As regards the name Datames, it must be remembered 
that it is evidently Persian, although its owner is described as 
a Carian. The sounds which the Aramaic legend is intended to 
reproduce therefore belong, not to a Greek, but to a Persian 
original, 

^ [T]ap#ctjaci)y, e.g., is a Cilician name ; Heberdey and Wilhelm, Metsen, p. 76, 
col. v.,1 91, 

^ Presenting, e.g., an analogy with the representation of Tr€(ppdMrai by ’rre^pdharau 

® But if it is desired to explain them otherwise, the explanation given by Judas 
{Mev. Num., 1863, p. 114) commends itself. *1, especially in Aramaeising Hebrew, 
may be inserted before consonants instead of doubling them ; thus the third and 
fourth readings are equivalent to each other. 



INTRODUCTION. 


The border on the series with types peculiar to Datames (nos, 
32-865 PI* xxix. 11-15) is evidently meant to suggest that Baaltars 
is seated within his temple, but whether the projections are meant 
for battlements, or are a shorthand representation of columns (as 
Mr. Cecil Smith suggests), it is difficult to decide. On the reverse 
of nos. 35, 36 (PI. xxix. 14, 15) the two figures are represented in a 
temple, if the explanation of the projections as antefixa is correct. 
On these coins, Babelon describes the figure on the right as 
Baaltars. We may notice, however, that he wears not merely the 
himation, as does Baaltars, but also a chiton;^ and that his attitude 
is one of adoration. Further, if the inscription (^^;3K) beside the 
figure on the left hand be supposed to give his name, then the 
figure on the right hand must be Datames, since that name is 
written beside him. True, he has not the satrapal dress; but 
neither has he any of the attributes of a deity, still less of Baaltars, 
As to his connexion either with the Assyrian Ami, or with 
the god who figures ou the later coins of Tarsus standing on the 
back of a lion, remains exceedingly conjectural.^ 

At this point may be mentioned two remarkable coins struck at 
Tarsus in the first half of the fourth century : — 

(1) Athena seated 1., r. resting on spear, 1. elbow on shield beside her; 
behind, olive-tree (exactly as on the coins of Mallus, PL xvii. 7, 8). 

Bev. T EPS IKON Girl kneeling 1., playing with astragali; behind, 
plant (as on the coins of i^agidus, PL xx. 1-7). M Wt. 168*32 grains. 
Berlin Museum.^ 


^ Babelon, p. xlii. and nos. 193 ff., does not notice the chiton, which is most clear 
on no, 36, PL xxix. 15 of this Catalogue. Zeus, it is true, is sometimes, though not 
often, represented wearing a chiton as well as a himation. 

^ Babelon, op. cit., p. xlii. 

3 Imhoof-Biumer, Z.f. JSf., vii. (1880), p. 13=Imhoof-Bluiner and Keller, Tier 
n. Fjlanzenhilder, pi. x. 24; Six, Nwn. Ohr., 1884, p. 135. 



crucfA* 


Ixxxi 


The specimen here illustrated (PL. xL 11) is in the possession of 
Sir Hermann Webery"^ and being much worn shows only slight traces 
of the legend and none of the plant. (Wt. 149*6 grs.) Others 
are in the Loebbecke and Waddington collections (no, 4387), and 
Imhoof-BIumer has published obols corresponding to the stater.- 

(’2) Riardiess Herakles kneeling 1. on club, strangling lion (as on. gold 
coins of Syracuse) : borch^r of dots. 

Bev. TEPS.IKON Head of Aphrodite L, wearing ste.phane decorated 
with palniette between two circles ©, necklace and earring : border of dots. 
Al Wt. 1G2-04 grains. Bibl. PI. xl. 12. 

Six dates this coin about 387 b.c., when DionjsiU'S the elder 
concerned himself in the peace of Antalkidas. 

Mazmus (b.c. circa 361-333).'^ For nearly thirty years Maasaeus 
was governor of Cilicia, and during this time issued large quantities 
of coins,, some bearing his name, others anonymous, not only at 
Tarsus,, but also apparently at Issus, Mallus and Soli. The periods 
of his government were : — 

Circa 361 he becomes governor of Cilicia. 

351 engaged with Belesys, satrap of Syria,, in reducing 
the revolt in Phoenicia. 

350 receives the government of Syria in addition to 
Cilicia. 

333 superseded by Arsames in Cilicia*. 

His later career does not at present concern us. 

For a Ml description and discussion of the very various types of 
the coins of Mazaeus reference must be made to the classification 


^ Kum, CiiT,, 1892, p. 207, pi. xvi. 17- ' There is no specimen at Curlsriilie, as 
there stated. 

® Monn. gr., p. 363, nos. 32, 33. » Six, Num. Cite., 1884 p. 15G, no. 15. 

^ Babeloii, oj), vit., pp. xliii. fl*. » Xnm. Ohr., 1884, pp. 07 11'. 

L 



:,lxxxii' 


INTROBUCTiOH. 


The type of the lion bringing down a stag (PL xxx. 1-8) is, as Six 
has seen, of Cypriote origin. As Citium, of which city it is the 
regular type, is the nearest base from which operations might be 
directed against Salamis, it would appear that Mazaeus adopted the 
type at the time of the war (b.o. 350) which had as its object the 
restoration of Euagoras II. to the throne of Salamis. Hidrieus, it is 
true, was especially charged with these operations, and there is no 
mention of Mazaeus as being concerned therein ; but Cyprus belonged 
to the same satrapy as Phoenicia, and we know that Mazaeus was 
charged with the reduction of the latter. His province may there- 
fore for the time, and so far as the provision of funds was concerned, 
have extended to Cyprus. If this theory be true, I would explain 
.the Phoenician V on nos. 39, 40 as the initial of the name of 
Euagoras. If it be rejected, we must adopt the suggestion of Six,^ 
according to which, after the revolt of 362 b.o., Cyprus was united 
to the satrapy of Cilicia, and these coins served as divisions of the 
hemidarics of Pumiathon, who issued no silver in his own name-. 
Either theory explains satisfactorily the occurrence of the incuse 
square on the coins, since that feature, already discarded at Tarsus, 
was still characteristic of the Cypriote coinage. At the same time 
it may be urged against the theory of Six that the official recogni- 
tion by the Persian satrap of the gold coinage issued by a vassal 
king would be a curious anomaly in the history of the states 
subject to Persia.^ 

A second interesting type is that of nos. 48 (PI. xxx. 9), 65 (PL 
xxxi. 7), 66, with two lines of wall, and the type of the lion and bull, 
the emblem of Tarsus. Babelon^ holds that these walls represent 


^ 0^. cit., p. 117. 

“ For the si^oiticance of the gold coinage of the Carian dynasts see Head, B.M. 
Catal. Caria, p. Ixxxiv. ^ 0;p. cit., p. 



OTLTOTA. 


liixiii 


tlie gates of Cilicia and Sjria, and this would accord rery well with 
the iEscription on . some, of the .coins' describing Mazaens as being 
Ebernahara^^ (the, country. beyond the Euphrates^ i.e. northern 
Syria) ^^and Cilioia/^^ . The gates would thus symbolise the fact 
that Mazsaeus goTemed both Cilicia and Syria. Nevertheless, the 
ordinary interpretation of the .type as a fortress is to be preferred^ 
since, in the first place, the emblem of Tarsus placed above the 
walls would naturally indicate a connexion with that city^, and 
secondly, the type fails to express the nature of the gates. These 
were pierced in two walls which ran down, at a distance of three 
stadia from each other, from the high ground to the sea, the river 
Karsos, a plethron broad, flowing between them.^ In the walls on 
the coins there is no indication of the gates, which were assuredly 
the most important feature. 

The groups of Aramaic and Phoenician letters which occur on 
many of the coins of Mazaeus have not been satisfactorily identified 
with any persons or places. On the other hand, there is a general 
agreement to regard the letters I(iS), A\, T on the series of 
coins with the facing head of Athena, and also on a series with the 
lion and bull above the walls, as representing Issus, Mallus, Soli 
and Tarsus respectively.^ The letter B which often accompanies 
the others may represent the word Baatkem. If so, the D which 
is equally common on many of the coins of Mazaeus may be the 


^ The interpretation is due to M, J. Hal^yy, MeL d'Mpigr.^ Paris, 1874, 
pp. 6^4-71. 

^ The conventional representation of the gates on the map in the tfaJires'heJte des 
Oesterr. Inst,^ ii. (1899), p. 108, is accordingly not happily chosen. 

® Never as Six describes it (p. 128). The circle which is sometimes found 
above the $ also occurs above |, as on no. 68 (PI. xxxi, 9), and is probably a mere 
ornament, like those on the legs of the throne in this series, 

^ Babelon, op. oit., p. xlvi, 


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INTRODUCTION. 


initial of the Aramaic *7^0. But since, on one of the curious coins 
(nos. 80, 81, PL xxxiL 5, 6) which reproduce in a non-Cilioian fabric 
the types of the series with the facing head of Athena, the B seems 
to be replaced by a Phoenician H, it is after all equally possible that 
a moneyer or other subordinate of Mazaeus is indicated by this 
letter.^ As regards the mint-marks I (IS), M(MA), S, T, T, their 
explanation is not so obvious as has generally been supposed. In 
the first place, is the T which occurs on several merely a variety of 
T, or is it the well-known sign for cro*, as we should naturally 
suppose?^ If the latter, it can hardly represent Issus, since that 
name is apparently indicated by I or 15, unless we suppose T to 
be a monogram of IT. In favour of its interpretation as a variety 
of T is the fact that the symbol of the ivy-leaf occurs on coins 
with T and T, but on none of the others.^"^ Secondly, granting 
that these letters represent the cities in question, there can be little 
doubt that all the coins were struck at one place. Otherwise we 
should not find such a large proportion of mules as exists in 
this series. Thus we have : — 


Ohv. 

Sev. 


1 

T 

DO- 68, PL xxxi. 9, 

M 

T 

Babeloii, no. 247, PL vi. 2. 

5 

IS 

DO- 72, PL xxxi. 13, 

These “ mules can 

only be explained 

^ on the supposition that all 


the coins were struck at one place, and the contributions of the 
various cities towards the expenses of the coinage acknowledged by 


^ Possibly Belesys, if it can be credited that so many coins were issued in the 
short period (b-C. 351-350) during which he and Mazaeus were engaged together 
against the revolted Phoenicians (Diodorus Sic., xvi. 42). 

^ Six, op. cit,, p. 128. 

^ One specimen in the British Museum which seems to contradict this rule, 
having B, A\ and ivy-leaf on the obverse (wt 139’2 grains), is false. : 


CIUGtA. 


Ixxxv 


placing tbeir mint-marks on the dies. This is the opinion of Six/ 
who recognises Athena Magarsis in the bust, and believes that all 
the coins were issued from Magarsus or, more probably, Mallos. 

Besides the silver coins of Mazaeus, there exists a bronze coin 
(16 mm., wt. 2’92 grammes) with his name, and the types of 
Baaltars and a butting buIL^ 

The coins bearing the name of Alexander in Aramaic letters, and 
the types of Baal, the goddess Ateh, and a lion devouring a 
formerly attributed to Tarsus, are probably to be given to Hiero- 
polis-Bambyce.^ 

It is curious that no coins with the types of Alexander the Great 
can with certainty be attributed to Tarsus. Some of those catalogued 
by Miiller under nos. 1279 ff. were, however, probably issued thence. 

Tarsus received the name of wpo? rS KvBi^tp in the 

second century b.c., probably from Antiochus IV, Epiplianes ; ^ but 
as the coins with this name are rare, and seem all to belong to the 
same period, it probably soon returned to the old name.® The 
types of this period, in addition to those described in this Catalogue, 
are (1) Tyche seated on a rock, with the river-god Cydnus swimming 
at her feet ; (2) Sandan standing on a lion ; (3) club in wreatli ; 
(4) cornucopiae.^ Imhoof-Blumer explains E H on these coins as 
the eighth year of the era inaugurated at the change of name. 

Tetradrachms and drachms of the Seleucid kings from Alex- 
ander I. (150-145 B.c.) to Antiochus IX. (116-95 b.c.) were struck 
at Tarsus, as is evident from the type : an oriental deity standing 


^ Num. Chr.y 1895, pp. 199 and 202. ^ Invent, Wadd., 4581. 

•** Head, Hist Hum,, p. 616. Hum. Ghr„ 1878, p. 103 £. 

® Le Bas-Waddington, iii., p. 351 ; Stepli. Byz., s,v. . . . rpia-Kaih^Karri 

Yi Tapcros. Citizens are mentioned in inscriptions: (J, i. A., ii,, 968 (1. 48} and 
B, G. H„ 1894, p. 267, 1895, p. 548. 

® Imhoof-Bhimer, Monn. yr., p. 366. ^ Babelon, Invent IVadd., 4591, 


Ixxxvi 


INTRODtJCTION. 


on a winged and horned lion, Babelon^ has sought to identify this 
figure with Zeus Dolichenos, but for reasons given by Imhoof- 
Blumer^ it is difficult to accept this view. The god, whose image 
persisted almost unchanged on coins of Tarsus from the Seleucid 
period to the reign of Gallienus, is certainly a local divinity 
associated with the city from the most primitive times/^ There 
seems to be no difficulty in retaining the old identification with 
Herakles-Sau'dan, whose connexion with Tarsus is precisely of the 
kind which would lead us to expect his appearance on the coins. 
The erection in which he is represented as standing on some of the 
coins is either a permanent monument^ or the pyre which was 
burned in his honour at the annual Tarsian festival called rrvpd,^ 
Prom the reign of Antiochus Epipliaues to Imperial times, 
the autonomous coinage of Tarsus consists chiefly of bronze ; but 
two specimens of a silver drachm of the Attic standard are known 
(see no. 94). The types ai’e the Tyche of the City (head, or figure 
adapted from the Tyche of Antiochia), Sandan, Zeus, Apollo,^ club, 
cornucopiae.^ Most of these coins bear the initials or monograms 
of magistrates; on many of the class of nos. 118 f. the names are 
written in full.® The inscription OPTYFOGHPA on nos. 128-25 


^ BiOis de Syrie, p. clvi. - Journ, JSellen. Stud., xviii. (1898), p. 170. 

3 Dio Ghi 7 s., p. 408, 11, quoted by Wernicke in Eobert\s Aus der Anomia, p. 77. 
That the so-called tomb of Sardanapalos ” described by Langlois is nothing of the 
kind (Koldewey, ih. p. 178 f.) is, of course, a fact that has no bearing on the 
question of the coin-type. 

^ Mionnet, iii., p. 621, no. 403 (standing, holding sceptre P) ; Leake, N. IT-.p. 127 
(seated on omphalos). ^ Bev. Num., 1854, pi. vi. 37. 

® The magistrates' names written in full on Tarsian coins of this period are 
Mnjtjuou Ni/coXdoi;, ^ATroXXa>vi87)s, Tevovros, Apcrd/cov, ^OpTvyodTjpa(?), AvcrLa (all 
these will be found on pp. 182, 183),, (Imhoof-Blumer, Gr. Munz., p. 715, 
no. 585). €e-(N)OV---(C)? or C6-OY— ?, read by Imhoof-Blumer 

{Z. f. N., iii., p. 336, no. 5) under the seat of Tyche on a coin otherwise resembling 
no. 122, is unexplained. The name KPITI(K)^Y occurs on a coin of the time 
of Hadrian or later (ihid, no. 6). 



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kxxvii 


awaits elucidation. It may be suggested, for want of a better 
explanatioBj that it is merely the genitive of a proper name "Opruyo- 
0qpm. The way in which it is placed on some of the specimens 
(no. 12S), exactly as 'ApaaKov on no. 122, would seem to indicate 
this solution. If it be so, then the words NimXdov of the 

reverse probably refer not to two' magistrates bat to one, Maximus 
son of Nicolaus. 

The name of the people on the coins of this period is simply 
TAPZEflN.^ In early Imperial times Tarsus assumed the title 
MiQTpoTroXm (abbreviated in two monograms on one series, nos. 133 f.,, 
PI. xxxiii. 9). No new types of importance appear in this period, 
except the temple of the Cilician (PL xxxiii. 10) with the 

inscription jKozw? KzXz/c/av. 

The qnasi-autonomous coins were issued at least down to the 
time of Commodus, as is proved by the title KofioBcapij which occurs 
on some of them.^ 

In the Imperial period, down to the time of Macrinns and 
Diadumenian, Tarsus issued from time to time silver coins (in the 
later period, of a very base character and low weight).^ 


^ For TAPSEXIN in the legend of Eckliel, iii., p. 72, and Mionnet, iii.> 
pp. 621, 622, no. 405, we should probably read ANTIOXEflN, and on 
no. 408, ibid., certainly PUZEUN (Z.f.N., i., p. 327). The word MH 
TPOnOA is not visible on the original of Mionnet ’s no. 413, p. 623. 

* E.g., Mionnet, Sufpl. vii., p. 256, no. 393 j Journ. Hellen. Stud.,.xvm. (1898b 
p. 179, no. 54, pL xiii. 21. 

® From Tiberius to Trajan the weights seem to belong to two scales : 15*64 to 
15*20 grammes (241*36 to 284*57 grains), and 13*85 to 13*14 gramme.s (213*74 to 
202*78 grains). Under Hadrian we hud coins of 13*74 to 13*35 grammes (212*05 
to 206*02 grains), 12*41 grammes (192*9 grains), 10*85 to 10*09 grammes (167*44* 
to 155*71 grains), 9*82 to 8*72 grammes (151*54 to 134*57 grains). Under Cara- 
calla, billon appears from 6*39 to 5*25 grammes (98*61 to 80*94 grains) ; and fiualiy 
coins of Macrinns and Diadumenian fall as low as 4*05 grammes (62*50 grains). 
It seems impossible to extract any rule from these weights. 



Ixxx’fiii: 


INTEODUCT10N, 


The titles used by the city on the Imperial coins are as follows : 

{Tt]^) M7}rpoTroXem<; passim, and after Maximinns to the exclusion 
of all others except A* M. K. 

MT^TpoTToXetm r&v 7 ' Sept* Seyerns {Ann, de Num, 

1883, p. 21). 

r. €TT^ i.e. j ‘'E7rapx^i>d>v 7rp&fcad€^opbip7]<; {Bull, Corr, Sellen,, 
yii., p. 285). 

M'rjrpomXem rov ^Edvov^, Oaracalla {Bull, Carr. Hellen,, 

p. 288). 

A. M. K. from Oaracalla onwards. These letters stand for wpcir/?? 
fier^Larr}^ KaXXlarrj^ as is shown by Waddington from an inscription 
of Tarsus of the time of Severus Alexander. ^ 

NecoKopov (NeoKopov) or NewKopmv under Antinous. 

Ah NecoKopov under Commodus.^ Of. below, p. xcy.., note 8 . 

ASpiavrj^ (ABptav&v) from Hadrian to Severus Alexander;^ 

KopoSiav^^ under Oommodus, 

2€{o)v7)pLav7]<^ from Sept. Severus to Severua Alexander. 

AvT(ov{e)tviav7}^, AvTwvLavrj^^, Avrwv{^)ivov7r6X{Qws) under Oaracalla 
and Seyerus Alexander.^ 

MaKp{e) LVLavr}<i under Macrinus. 

hlX€^az/Sp(iaz/? 59 ) under Severus Alexander. 

^ Le Bas- Waddington, Voyage, 1480, cf. Bull. Corr. HelUn.,. vii,, p. 282 (a 
better copy, with another almost identical inscription). The city is described as 
^ Kke^avbpiav^ ^eovrjpLavrj ^AvTfopeiviavrj 'Adpiav^ Tapcros*, 17 irplarri Kal peylarr] mil 
KaXkicrTT] prjrpoiroXts tS>v y' iwap)^€tS>v KikiKtas ^laavplas AvKaovlas ‘KpoKaBc^op^vrp 
KoX vecoKopo^, povTf rertLprfplpTj dgpLovpylais re Kal K^Xt^apyiat?, eTrap^cKcou koI 
eXevBepco kolvo^ovXlo) koX ire pais wXeiVTat? Kal peylaraLs Kal e^aiperois dcapeals. 
The inscriptions on the coins illustrate these phrases to an extent that is almost 
unique in numismatics. If the claim made in this inscription is valid, Anazarbus 
had no right to some of the titles which it placed on its coins. 

^ Cf. Journ, Hellen. Stud., xviii. (1898), p. 179, no. 54. 

2 ^Abpiapy Tapabs t) MrjrpoTToXis, Mionnet, iii., p. 629, no. 447 ; cf. the coin men- 
tioned in the previous note. 

^ "AvrcdveLviavovirdk. is given (wrongly ?) by Mionne t, iii., J). 633, no. 468. 



CILICIA. 


lixxix 


0! tli 0 Barnes of deities, persoBifioations etc., which occur, the 
following may be recorded : — 

OAAAAC AOHNH, Caracalla (Billon, WekI, 6228). 

Perseus is called BOH0OC (bos. 140-142, PI. xxxiii 11).'^ 

Apollo appears as OATPIlOC*^ 

The rirer KYANOC is named on several coins (c.p. nos. 156, 
188). 

The AHMOC-^ and BOVAH of Tarsus are personified on coins 
of Hadrian, Sabina and Antoninus Pius. 

Coins are dedicated to Antinous (who as usual is called HP12C) 
as N€I2 lAKXIl and NCIl TTYGin.^ 

The TYXH of Tarsus is named on coins of Caracalla (nos. 179, 

180).5 

The KOINOBOYAION €A€Ye€PONand the three eparcbia© 
which are personified on coins of Septimus Severus will be dealt with 
below p. xcii. 

The titles of the Emperors offer a few peculiarities. Most 
striking is the almost invariable occurrence, from the time of 
Hadrian onwards, of TT(aT^fp) Tt(aTpLSo<;), which is also found else- 
where in Cilicia (Mopsus, Seleucia, Soli-Pumpeiopolis, Zephyrium). 
The A Y which is similarly placed in the field beside the head of 
Sabina (nos. 153, 154) can hardly be meant for anything but 


^ Imfioof-BIiiinery Hellen. Stud,, p. 175. 

® Imhoof-Blumer {op, ciL, p, 172, 177) refers FI AXPX20C to Persens ; but it 
ifi a common epithet of Apollo, and is more probahiy meant to indicate the statuette 
held by Perseus ; cf. the mscription mentioning ^ArroXXwv yrarpmos, Heberdey and 
Wiiheira, Relsen^ p. 4, 

^ AlOC on Vailiant*s coin of Hadrian (Mionnet, SitppL vii., p. 260, no. 410) 
has the appearance of being a misreading of AHMOC. 

^ Cf. Mionnet, iii., p. 625, no. 425, p. 626, no. 429. 

• Also on the quasi- autuaoinouai coins, Z,f. Ab, iii., p. jios, 7, 8. 




INTEOitCTION. 


;acc: 

Av^ovara, alftougli the Empress is already called ^e^aari], Never- 
thelessj the coin of Mallus quoted by EckheP as affording an analogy 
is the tooled specimen which will ha referred to below. 

Livia is described as 

Trajan’s titles on some silver coins are followed by Ar)fiapx- 
and his consulship.^ In these coins and in the others which give 
the titles of Hadrian with unusual fulness there seems to be an 
imitation of Antiochia in Syria, the supply of silver from which 
mint was apparently supplemented by various cities in Cilicia (see 
above, p. Ixx,, note 4). 

Hadrian occasionally bears at Tarsus his well-known title 
’^OXvpbino^ (nos. 150, 151). 

Annius Verus and Oommodus appear as K6poi Se^acrrov (not 
Se^acTTOL, as the second word has sometimes been read). 

The titles Evr{vxv^) Ev(r{e^7]<;) are attached to the usual titles of 
many Emperors from Philip Senior onwards. The bearing of these 
titles by an Empress (no. 298) is, I believe, not paralleled on coins 
of any other Greek city, although they belonged officially to 
Empresses from Julia Domna onwards* 

The most important inscriptions are those which relate to the 
constitution of Tarsus, both as a city and as head of the Cilician 
Eoivov, The titles MrjTp6ir6ki<;, NetoKopo^^ &c., have already been 
mentioned, and also the personifications of Demos and Boule. 

r. B. and f. F. Of these the former appears on almost all coins 
from Septimius Severus to Gallienus and Valerian, in whose time it 
begins to be replaced by F. F. Doubt has been thrown by Pick^ 
on the traditional explanation of these letters as jpdfxfiarL {yvcofif}) 


^ Doctr. Num., vi„ p. 523. 2 Jnvent, Wadd., 4622. 

3 'Yirdr. y , Invent Wadd., 4623 ; war. t, Mionnet, SuppL vii., p. 259, no. 408. 
^ Journ, liiternat., i., p, 459, note 1. 


CIIiIOIA. 


..xci,. 


and yepovcrim. He suggests that the first f stands for some 
title of honour (possibly ^vp.va(riapx^% which might conceivably be 
applied to the city as head of the Koivup)^ while B and the second 
r are numerals (StV and TpL<;)} Against his view it may be urged 
that the city is never called T alone before the supposed assumption 
of the title for the second time under Septimius Severus^ and that 
the numeral almost always follows the supposed honorary title, 
whereas in the analogous case of the title vecj0fc6po<; the more 
usual order is /S' v€cofc6po<i, 7' vmfcopQ^. If, on the other hand, 
we retain the old interpretation, we must suppose that the 
of the city had some special control over the bronze coinage from 
the time of Sever us to Valerian, when it was transferred to the 
yepovcTi'a, It is significant that the letters F B do not occur on 
any of the billon coins of this period known to me. If they repre- 
sent a title, it is difficult to explain their absence ; whereas an issue 
in a special metal would naturally be outside the province of the 
local /SouXif, so that, if the current explanation of the letters is 
correct, their absence from these billon coins is normal. 

The letter F also occurs in the combinations F. TT., F. IT. B., 
F. €TT. TT. For the last, see above, p. Ixxxviii, ; the sense of the 
others is doubtful. 

The commonest inscription relating to the Kotpop is Kotvm Ki-- 
Xttcim? Koli q^ to)p Tpmp iTrap^L&p appears on no. 206.^ The three 

^ Dr, Pick, in a letter, calls tny attention to an instance of this title being borne 
bj a city : B, C. H. xv, 482, yvfjLvamapxovcrris noXem (Kios), Cf. Liebenam, 
Stadteve7*waltung^ p. 373. 

- t.e. dy^v (so Waddington, Bull. Cor. MelUn.^ vii., p. 28d), rather than va6s 
(as Babeion, Ann. de Kum., 1883, p. 21), since the type is not always a temple. 
Koivol KiXtJciflff with two temples on no. 168, PL xxxv. 1 (cf. Ann. de Kum., ihid.y 
pL ii. 3). The form Kotpou h frequently given from Yaillant by Mionnet (iii., 
nos. 421, 431 ; nos. 416, 422, cf. 445). In all these cases we should 

probably read Kotj/dv ; and similarly Kotm in Su^jpL vii., no. 423. 

* Of. Mionnet, iii,, p. 634, no. 478, ■ 


Xcii IHTEOBTJCTION. 

eparcHae are ICAYPIA, AYKAONIA, and KIAIKIA^ as appears 
from nos. 175, 176. The name KAPIA given in some publications 
of coins of this group^ appears to have been invented by Vaillant. 
The space in the exergue where this word is supplied is filled in 
the specimens here catalogued by the body of the river-god. In 
Patin's illustration^ it is left blank. In Kenner’s it is filled in 
a manner evidently meant to indicate conjectural restoration. 
Babelon’s figure is reproduced from Kenner^s. Waddington^s 
suspicion of this word^ is therefore fully justified. 

The €A€Y0€PON KOINOBOYAION, personified on nos. 189, 
190 (PL XXXV. 6, 7),^ is the provincial diet concerned with the 
management of the temples and festivals of the KoiiopJ It occurs 
also at Anazarbus, but, if the suspicion that many of the inscrip- 
tions on coins of that city are copied from Tarsus is justified, it 
does not follow that the diet met at Anazarbus also. The title 
may indicate that the deputies were able to meet 
independently of the Imperial legates. 

KikLKap'xfd^^ of course is the well-known ofiice of the Cilicarch. 

^E'jrap'^i/co^ (no. 238 with fiTTAPXlKWN)^ is explained by Wad- 
dington® with hesitation as ancien prefet du prHowe, As, however, 
all the other inscriptions with these types seem to refer to the 


^ Vaillant, Num. Imp., p. 88; Kenner, Stift 8t. Florian, p. 153, pi, v. 12; 
Babelon, Ann. de Num., 1883, pi. ii. 4. 

^ Thes. Num., p. 116. 

* Le Bas-Waddington, Inscr. no. 1480. 

* Cf. among various publications, Invent. Wadd., AOiO, 4647, 4650; Z.f. H., 
iii., p. 340. 

® Le Bas-Waddington, no. 1176; JBuU. Corr. SelUn., vii., p. 288. 

® Of. Invent Wadd., 4637 ; Bull. Corr. Selim., vii., p. 288 ; Ann. de Ntim., 
1883, p. 17. 

5" Of. Invent Wadd., 466), pi. xii. 11. ® B. G. S., vii., p. 287. 



CIIICIA. 


xciii 


provincial Kotvov^ ifc seems more probable tbat means 

simply governor of an iirapxiaf htapx^^^^ one who has filled thafe 
position. 

A7]iJi(iQvpf^La) (no. 214) is an office known from Dio Chrysostom^ 
to have existed at Tarsus, and, from other sources, at many other 
Cilician cities.^ In the inscription quoted above (p. Ixxxviii., 
note 1) it is not mentioned that Severus Alexander held tlie 
demiourgia at Tarsus, as Elagabalus did at Anazarbus (no. 20, 
p. 34). Probably therefore the inscription is earlier than the issue 
of the coin no. 214. 

Numerous festivals besides those described as Kowointe named 
after Emperors : 

AAPIANIA (Mionnet, SitppL viL, p, 283, no. 516; Invent, Wadd,^ 
4672). 

AY(pi?Ata?) ANTIlNINKard?) (Eckhel, iii., p. 78; Mionnet, iii., 
p. 656, no. 615; but see SnppL vii., p, 290, no. 545). 

AYFOYCTIA (hid, 

KOMOA€fOC nos. 169, 170. 

C€(0)YHP€IA Mionnet, iii., nos. 449,570,615; Invent Wadd.^ 
4672. 

Other names of festivals are : 

€TnN€IKIA See below (p. xciv.). 

OAYMniA Mionnet, iii., p. 630, no. 449. 

AKTIA Mionnet, iii., p. 656, no. 615. 

0|K0YM€NIK0C nos. 170, 291 ; cf. Invent Wadd,, 4636. 

€N KOAPITAIC (KOAPirCC) OPOIC KIAIKHN. This 
festival has been discussed by Kabitschek^ and Eambay.^ The 


^ Or. 34, p. 49, quoted by Waddington, B. G. JI., vii., p. 286. 

® Liebenam, StadteverwaHung^ p. 563. 

* Num, xxvii., p. 87 i\ - ^ Bull, Corr, Hellen,, xxii., p. 237 f. 


XCIV 


INTRODUCTION. 


games on the coins of Severus (on wliich alone they are described 
as celebrated iv KoSpijat^) are called SevTjpeta ^OXvfMina ^EinveLfaa. 
The last epithet points to their having been instituted in celebration 
of a victory, presumably that of Severus over Pescennius Niger in 
194 A.D.^ The festival v^as celebrated afc the opot KiXtfccov, evidently, 
Kubitschek thinks, at the S.E. border where that battle took place. 
Here, doubtless, would have been erected some monument of the 
victory, such as a triumphal arch surmounted by a chariot- 
group, and hence the name quadrigae} Kubitschek identifies the 
monument with the so-called Jonas’ pillar,’^ a ruined triumphal 
arch some minutes south of Merhez-halessi. Kamsay, on the other 
hand, holds that Tarsus could have had no connexion with an arch 
at such a distance from its own territory, and suggests that the 
Tarsian arch was built near Bairamli (about three hours north of 
Tarsus on the road to the Cilician gates). Here there are now the 
ruins of such an arch, which Langlois and others give to the time 
of Constantine and Eamsay to that of Severus. This would be the 
point at which Severus entered Tarsian territory. The question 
is not yet decided, but the fact that the place Korplyab mentioned 
by Malalas seems to be near the Syrian border is in favour of 
Kubitschek’s theory, as is also the supposition that epinikian games 
would naturally be celebrated at or near the actual scene of the 
victory. The objection of the distance of Merhez from Tarsus is 
obviated by the fact that Tarsus was head of the Kolvov^ 


* The coin of Augustus supposed to read 0P<E>0|C KIAIKIAC, and 
therefore to indh-ate the existence of a festival at this place before the time of 
Severus (Eckhel, iii., p. 79), is much moi-e probably, as Kubitschek baa conjectured, 
to be x'ead KOINOC KIAIKIAC. Both the type (a temple) and the form 
KIMKIAC instead of KIAIKHN support this emendation. 

2 That Olympian games were celebrated in a place called Kodplyai can be proved 
from Malalas (p. 307), as rightly interpreted by Kubitschek. The official Latin 
natne for this spot would be “ ad qttadngas ad Ji7ies/* 



CIIiICIA. 


xcv 


KOPAIA Mioniiet, iiL, p. 656, no* 615; cl St(j>])L vli., p, 290, 

AH M HTPl A Mionnefc, in., p. 635, no* 482 (Vaillant). Kubitscliek^ 
identifies these two festivals. 

eeorAMiA is read by Sestini,^ perhaps wrongly, on a coin of 
Caracaila. 

Oilier miscellaneous inscriptions are : — 

C€tTOC (bos. 198-200), AJQPCA C€ITOY AHO €rY(^Tov) 

TAPCX2,® AnP€A AA€XANAPOY{m) TAM MH 

(rpoTToAet), &c.‘^ 

OMONOIA, OMONOIA CeBACTilN on coins of M. Aurelius 
and L* Verus (no. 164, cl Mioimet, iii, p. 627, nos. 434, 
437,438). ■ ■ 

€IC AinNA TOYC KYPtOYC (no. 327). 

This occurs also at Caesarea in Cappadocia (on the coin formerly 
read eh davdrov^ Kvptov) and Pautalia in Thrace.^ 

Besides these there are various letters used in the field of the ’ 
coins (mostly in connexion with the crown-types), such as A €, 
A C K (nos. 184, 192),® OMAKK (no. 196, where the three interior 
letters M A K presumably have their usual meaning)/ the some- 
what uncertain letters T B B N hipaixfian ^ouX?} 9 , ^ veo^Kopmv ?) 
on BO. 197,8 and TT.^ 

Op. cit.^ p. 89. ® Mm. Hederv., ii., add. pL vi. 13, 

^ So is to be read the coin published by Babeion, Ann. de Num., 1883, p. 20, 
and quoted by Beurlier, Bev. Num,, 1894, p. 297. 

For these see Waddington, Bull. Corr. Jlellen.^ vii., pp. 288, 289. 

^ Pick, Journ. Iniernat.^ i., pp. 455 f. 

® Cf. Mionuet, SttppL vii,, p. 271* no. 456, p. 275, no. 477 ; De Moustier Catal., 
2332 ; and the letters K € K at Anazarbus (no. 16, p, 34, of this Catalogue), 

^ As the type is an elephant cai-rjdng an agonistic wreath, it may be suggested 

that O K stands for OPOIC KIAIKllN. 

* Cf. B-N* Bull. Corr. Sellen.^ vii , p. 285, and above, p. kxxriii. 

® Imhoof-BIumer, Journ. Hellen. Stud,, xviii. (1898), p. 173, no. 33. With the 
on this coin, cf. r*TT* on Mionnet, iii., p. 638, no. 498. 


XC?1 


INTEODITCTIONr. 


Of the types of Imperial times, two of the most important groups 
have been fully discussed by Imhoof-Blumer.^ These are the types 
relating to Apollo^ and Perseus. The types relating to Sandan 
have also been dealt with above. Most of the deities of the 
Greek Pantheon ai’e represented at Tarsus. Besides ordinary 
representations we find : — 

Athena in a quadriga to front (evidently the Gigantomachia motif 
common in Cilicia).^ She is also grouped with Tyche and Ifemesis. 
On no. 328 (PL xxxviii. 4) it is difficult to identify the helmeted 
goddess riding on a lion with Athena, in spite of the presence of 
Nike. A similar type, but without Nike, occurs at Isaura/ 

Artemis is represented with stag’s horns on her head (no. 317, 
PI. xxxviii. 1) as at Pompeiopolis.^ 

Selene in a biga drawn by bulls, as at Anazarbus (p. 35, no. 23, 
PI. vi. 8). 

Aphrodite is represented in a close copy of the Cnidian type of 
Praxiteles (no. 330, PI. xxxviii 5). She also appears with Hera and 
Athena in the scene of the Judgment of Paris (no. 223, Pl.xxxvi. 6). 

The most interesting Dionysiac types are those on the coins of 
Antinous (cf. no. 158, PL xxxiv. 8).® 

Asklepios and Hygieia;^ cf. a statuette of Asklepios from Tarsus 
mentioned by Heberdey and Wilhelm.® 


^ Journ, Selim, Stud,^ xviii. (1898), p. 171 ff. 

* The reverse of the silver coin of Hadrian at the Hague, no. 39 in Imhoof- 
BlumePs list, is reproduced here (PL xL 13). 

® Imhoof-Blumer, Z,f, N., xiii., p. 137, no. 18, pi. iv. 12. 

^ See above, p. xxvii., note 5. ^ No. 67, PI. xxvii. 8, and p. Ixxv. 

* Mionnet, iii., p. 620, no. 429; Ann, de Num,^ i. 71 (probably similar to 
no. 158, PL xxxiv. 8, of this Catalogue); Bev, Num,y 1892, p, 121; Babtlon, 
Mel,y ii., p. 25 ; Invent Wadd.y 4631. 

7 Mionnet, iii., p. 648, no. 564 ; cf. Suppt vii., p. 276, no. 482, &o, 

* Meiseny p, 5. 


CILICIA. 


XCFil 


Herakles (whose importance at Tarsus must be connected with 
that of his counterpart Saiidan) is represented in several of his 
labours (Antaios, the Lion^ the Bull, the Gai*deii of tlie IlesperideH, 
the Stymphalian Birds, ^ the Hydra ■ 

■ Other types ..of religious or mythological interest are Kronos/ 
Sarapis and his cycle/ the three Graces, Triptolemos, Mithras, 
Skylla, Tyche Panthea, Amphilochos/- and personifications of the 
Tyche of the City (usually after the Antiochia type), the Koinobouiion, 
the Boule and Demos, the river Cydnus, and the three eparchiae 
Cilicia, Ljcaonia and Isauria* 

The galley which occurs, usually with the inscription C€ITOC 
or AUPCA, alludes to cargoes of wheat furinshed to the city and 
brought, at least in one case, from Egypt (above, p. xcv.). 

An important series of types have reference to the various 
festivals celebrated at Tarsus or at the Oilician frontier. To this 
series belong the crowns (PI. xxxvi. S, 11, xxxvii. 8) decorated 
with the heads of Eniperors discussed by Imhoof-Blumer (loe, 
which I have elsewhere shown to be the crowns worn 
by the high-priests of the provincial organization.^' The crown 
at Aspendus with which Waddingcon has compared them^ does 
not bear portrait-busts, and is probably connected with a merely 
local' .iestivaL' 


^ Invent Wadd., 4670, pL xii. 12. ^ De Moustier GataL, 23B3. 

* lunlioof-Blumer, Imrn, Hellen, Stud.^ xviii. (1898), p. 178, no. 51, pL xiii. 18.. 
^ Num, ZeiU 1889, p. 216. 

^ Imhoof-Binmer, op. cit.f p. 179, no. 53, pi. xiii. 20. In the light of this coin, 
mv description of no. 218 should probably be corrected to “ Araphiiochos standing 
to 1., in r. branch, in 1. chlamys and short sceptre ; at his feet, boar 1.” 

® Jahresliefte des Oesterr. Arch. Inst,^ iL, p. 245 ff. 

^ Bull. Corr. MdUn.^ vii., p. 286 ; cf. B. M. Catal. Lj/eio^ pi. xxii. 8. 



XCVlll 


INTEOB0CTION* 


The crown inscribed Ar}jx{iovp^ia) ’AXe^dj^Spov (no. 214)^ is the 
decoration worn by the B7}pbiovpy6<i., It is worn by Oo,mmodus, 
Caracalla and Severns Alexander (see PL xxxv. 1, 8)/ from which 
it would appear that these Emperors filled the office at Tarsus, as 
did Elagabalus at Anazarbus. 

Of monumental types, the most important are the temple or 
temples of the provincial cult us of the Emperors (PI. xxxiv. 11, 
XXXV. 1), and the monument or pyre of Sandan already mentioned 
(PL xxxiv. 10, xxxvii. 9). 

Finally, the type of a lion devouring a bull, the old symbol of the 
city (PL XXX. 9 — xxxi. 2), may be noted as occurring also on 
Imperial coins (PL xxxiv. 4, nos. 286-289). 

ADIMA. 

Adana (which is still called by the same name) is situated on 
the river Sarus. It is generally admitted that in the time of 
Antiochus IV. of Syria (175-164 b.c.) the town was known 
by the name of Antiochia, and struck the bronze coins inscribed 
ANTIOXEUN TUN nPOZTOI ZAPHI.^ One of these coins 
has on the obverse the diademed radiate head of Antiochus to r., 
on the reverse Zeus seated holding Nike.^ A second is of the same 
types as no. 12.'^' 

^ Of. Invent WaM., 4643, with AH Ml i MionnePs coin with “two serpents” 
and an inscription written between them (ili., p. 638, no. 498) has in reality a 
curiously double-struck reverse with the crown of the demiourgos ; within A\H 

[TPO]nO I AEWC 1 A A\ K. \ TTI *, and around AH[M ]AAEZAN 
APOV“TA[P]COV* There is no trace of B. Cf. r*TT'B* above, p, xcv., 
note 9. ^ Babelon, Mots de Syrie^ pp. ci., cii. 

3 Ihid., pi. xiv. 1, p. 77, no. 601. 

^ Mionnet, iii., p. 560, no. 114 ; Bev. Num., 1854, p. 11, no. 7, and p. 138. 
The reading of Vaillant^s coin of M. Aurelius (Mionnet, iii., p. 561, no. 117) is 
very doubtful; the coin is possibly an autonomous coin of Antiochia in Syria. 
Mionnet’s no. 115 is of Antiochia ad Cydnum (Tarsus) ; see Le Bas-Waddington, 
Insc7\^ iii. p. 351. 


CILICU. 


XCIX 


These are probably the earliest coins which can be attributed to 
Adana J They are followed, by coins of Seleucid fabric with the 
inscription AAAN EUN, Darini^ the,, first centary b*c. were issued 
.the coins bearing magistrates^ names and monograms. The names 
usually occur in pairs, of which the following may be regarded as 
certain: 

. ZH N£1N» 0E. Imhoof-B-Iumer,' JTojni. p. 348, no. 5,. 

AYCAN. €YMA Mo. 1 ; cf. Imhoof-BIumer, loc, cit, no. 4. 

EYMA- NIKA. Ho. 10; cf. Imhoof-Biumer, loc. cil., no, 3, 
Invent. Wadd., ^OiS. 

T€. AlO Loebbecke, Z../..A., xii,, 330. 

AlO. FA. FEMINOY Imhoof-Blmner, loc. dt.^ nos. 1, 2. 

In the Imperial period Adana took at various times a variety of 
names in compliment to Emperors. They are : 

AAPIANI2N AAANCflN 

MAKPEINIANIIN „ (Diadumenian, Mionnet, iii., p. 563, 
no. 131). 

AAP. C€Y. ANTnN€INOYTTO(XtTw) AAANCilN (Ela- 
gabalus, no. 17 ; Aquilia Severa 1, Mionnet, Sitppl. viL, p. 192, 
no, 182), 

C€Y. AAANEilN AA€ZANAPO(woAtTSr) (Sevexus Alex- 
ander, Mev. Beige, 1860, p. 17, no. 8). 

MAZIMEINIAN0N AAAN€ilN (Maximimis, Mionnet, iii, 
p. 563, no. 132). 

MAZIMIANON AAAN€£LN (Maximus, no, 18). 


^ J. P. Six (Num. Chr., 1895, p. 192 ff.) suggests that the eagle which appears 
in the hand of the seated Zeus (head facing) at Tarsus under Mazaeus (PL xxx. 12 
— xxxi. 2) is the symbol of Adana. He would also connect with Adana the smaller 
divisions stater) with the eagle standing on a lion, plough-share, or stag’s head 
{ibid. nos. 3”5), although they were probably issued from Tarsus. 


c 


IKTEOBUCTION. 


The more important of the Imperial types relate to Dionysos. 
The games which are mentioned on nos. 17^ 20 are the *Iepa 
OtKov}M€vifca Aimwia} 

G. — Pyramtts Valle Yj &c. 

HIEUOPOLIS-CASTABALA. 

The site of Hieropolis-Castabala was found by Bent^ at Budrum 
on the Pyramus (Jeihan), with inscriptions giving the name of the 
city as Hieropolis, and mentioning a cult of a goddess Perasia. 
The identity of this site (Hieropolis ad Pyramum) with Castabala is 
proved both by the coins and by an inscription.^ Strabo places a city 
Castabala, j with a peculiar worship of Artemis Perasia, near Cybistra 
and Tyana, omitting all mention of this Castabala.^ This city was 

^ Amon^ types not represented here the following may be mentioned : (1) Ohv, 
Head of Sarapis (with rev. of no. 13). This occurs in both bronze and lead {Num. 
Zeit, 1889, p. 203). (2) Aphrodite (?) standing, in 1. cornncopiae, with r. pours 
libation on head of Eros standing on cippus (Tranquiilina, Mionnet, SuppL, 
no. 185). (3) Standing figure, wearing chlamys and boots, in r. phiale, 1. raises 

garment exposing lower part of body (Philip Junior, ibid., no. 186). (4) Tyche of 

Antiochia type (Diadumenian, Mionnet, iiL, no. 131). (5) Dionysos seated to 

front, I. holding thyrsos, r. extended over head of Satyr (?) resting on rock, with his 
r. raised over his head (Trehonianus Gallas, ibid. no. 1S6), 

^ Journ. llellen. Stud., xi. (1890), p. 234, confirming Eamsay’s conjecture, Hist. 
Geog., p. 342. See also Heberdey and Wilhelm, Beisen, pp. 26 ff. The site was 
visited before by Davis {Life in Asiat. Turkey, pp. 128 f.). 

^ Eor instance, coins reading r^v irpos rS) HvpdpcOf and others with 

'lepoTToktroiv Kaarratidkecdv (the title first occurs on a coin of Gommodus, Imhoof- 
Blumer, Gr. Munz.^ p. 700, no. 561), both have the type of the bust of youthful 
Dionysos with thyrsos over his shoulder and bunch of grapes in front {Z.f. N., x., 
1883, pp. 275, 276, nos. 33, 38). The inscription in question is given by Heberdey 
and Wilhelm, p. 28, no. 66: it relates to one Isidoros, who is described as 
(j)vXaKdlpxr}S r^]? Ka(rra/3[a]Xi§ov. 

^ The difficulty is discussed by Hicks, Journ. llellen, Stud.^ 1890, pp. 243 f. 
Tbe only possible explanation, of those which he mentions, seems to he that there 
were two cities of the same name and with the same characteristic worship, like 
the two cities of Comana. 



CILICIA^ 


Cl 


nevertlieless importaBt, if only as the capital of the kings of Cilicia 
of the line of Tarcondimotus from about 64 b.c* onwards.^ 

The coinage/'^ which is all of bronase, begins with Antiochus IV- 
Epiplmnes (1'7S«-164 b.c.) : 

Radiate head of Aiitioehus r. Befh I EPOITOAITllN TUN 
TIPOZ Tn[l HYPAMillh Eagle standing L In field, 
monogram ; in exergue, arrow, MnnichJ^ 

To the succeeding century and a half belong various series : 

(1) Headof Tyche. Eev. I E POTTO A I TUN TUN TTPOZ TUI 

HYPAMflf THZ lEPAZ KAI AIYAOY;' Eagle 
standing 1. (Imhoof, no. 2, PL x. 2). 

(2) Head of Tyche. Eev. Similar inscription, sometimes shortened by 

the last two or four words. Goddess of Hieropolis enthrotied L ; 
eagle usually under seat (nos. 1, 2, Pi. xiv. 1 ; Imh., nos. 3 

Late in the first century b.c. begins the series with the half figure 
of the river Pyramus swimming,® usually holding the eagle on one 
arm ; the inscription is 'lepoTroXcrcov tS)V 7rpo<; tw Ilvpdixm. 

The coins of Tarcondimotus and Philopator were probably struck 
at Hieropolis (see below, Kings of Cilicia) . 

To the time of the Antonines belong a certain number of quasi- 
autonomous coins (nos. 5, 6, PL xiv. 3, 4, which have the symbol of 
the torch in common with no. 8 of Faustina Junior and no. 10 of 
Lucilla). 

^ Heberdey and Wilhelm, p. 29. 

2 Where other references are not given, the various coins will he found described 
in Imhoof-Bluroer^s article in Z. f. JSf., x. (1883), pp. 267 

^ Imhoof, no. 1, pL x. I ; Babelon, Rois de Syrie, p. cv, ; but Invent. Wadd.^ 
4313, is apparently of Hieropolis- Bambyce. 

^ Of. the inscr. in Heberdey and Wilhelm, p. 28, no. 63. A fanciful explana- 
tion of the type is proposed by Oavedoni, SpiciLy p. 207. 

^ Nos, 13-22 in Imhoofs list are not Ciiician ; see his Gr. Miin::.^ pp. 737, 738, 
nos, 689-691 (Hierapolis in Phrygia) ; Eevue SuissBy v., p. 309 (Hierakome in 
Lj'dia). 

® Cf. the tj^pe of Mopsus (below) and the Saras at Adana (pL iii. 6). 


cu 


INTEODUCTION. 


Of the types of the Imperial coins (Antoninus Pius to Valerian), 
several seem to refer to the goddess Perasia (!!4pre/xi9 Uepacia^ as 
Strabo calls her). The veiled bust (no. 6, PL xiv. 4, and no. 10) 
with a torch is Hekate 7 ri/p^opo 9 ; the bust of Artemis appears on 
no. 6, PL xiv. 4 ; and Paastina Junior is identified with Selene 
(nos. 8, 9), All these are probably hypostases of Artemis Perasia.^ 
The bust of the youthful Dionysos is similar to those found at 
Augusta and Aegeae. Zens enthroned, holding Nike, the regular 
type of Tarcondimotus, occurs also on a coin of M. Aurelius (Imhoof, 
no, 34). Besides the figure of Helios (PL xiv. 5), his bust appears 
on another coin of Faustina.^ The games which are mentioned in 
an inscription^ may be the same as those alluded to on coins of the 
third century (Imhoof, nos. 30 and 42, prize vase as countermark ; 
no. 44, l€POC with prize vase between two burning torches). 

ANAZAEBXTS. 

Anazarbus, or Caesarea ad Anazarbum (uvr’ or 7rpo9 ' iva^dp^t^)^ 
lay at the foot of an isolated rock, protected on two sides by rivers 
which unite a little to the south, namely, the Pyramus and the 
stream now called the Somhaz*^^^ The neighbouring village retains 
the old name in the form Anavarza} The title Caesarea was pre- 
sumably adopted in 19 b.c., from the autumn of which year the era 
of the city dates.® 

^ Of. the inscr. (lieberdej and Wilhelm, no. 58) mentioning these and other 
names of the goddess. 

2 Imhoof- BJumer, Gr. Mum., p. 709, no. 560 ; Invent Wacld., 4315. 

^ Heberdey and Wilhelm, no. 68. 

Bent, Journ. Mellen. xL (1890), p. 232 ; Langlois, Voyage, p. 434 f. 

® Heberdey and Wilhelm, p. 34. 

® A coin of Hero (cf. no. 6) is said to bear a date which may be either H fl or 
HM. The former (calculating front B.c. 19) would be equivalent to A.n. 69/70, 
the latter to a.u. 29/30, neither of which is possible. (Even calculating from 


CIUCIA. 


ciii 


Tbe coins are o£ Imperial date, with, the exception of a few 
autonomous coins reading ANAZAPBEHN (no. ], PL v. 

The attribution to Ana 2 ;arbus of nos. 4, 5 (PL t. 12, 13) reading 
Kaio-apewp seems somewhat doubtful on account of their fabric. 

The coins are chiefly remarkable for their inscriptions, in which, 
as well as in types, the city attempted to rival Tarsus.- Neverthe- 
less, in some cases at least, as in the use of F . T *, Anazarbus was 
first in the field. The following titles occur : — 

KAIZAPEIIN This is dropped in the time of Commodus, the 
full title KAISAPEfLN TUN TTPOC TO ANAZAPBXl being 
replaced by ANAZAPB6X2N or ANAZAPBOY combined with 
other titles. 

MHTPOTTOAEI2C occurs first under Caracalla. €0NOYC 
follows the title on a coin of Severus Alexander.'"^ 

€NAOEOY is found first under Diadumenian (no. 16);*’ The 
letters K . € . K . at the end of the legend of this coin are unex- 
plained cf. A . € . K . at Tarsus (above, p. xcv.). 

B.c. 20 the later date is somewhat too late, as Nero died in June A.n. 68.) The 
assumption of a second era (a.b. 20, which was in use at Augusta) is perhaps 
rash, considering the uncertainty of the inscription. It is also possible that the 
coin may not belong to Anazarbus, or (but this is unlikely) that it was issued 
with the head of Nero some months after his death. See EckheLs discussion of 
this coin, I), AT., iii., p. 45. With a similar type, though not from the same die, 
is the coin with the date (=a.b. 67/68) in the Waddington Ooiiectiou 

{Invent Wadd., 4104, pi. ix. 25). The date €TO AC on the coin of Boaemias 
in the De Moustier Oatal., 2594, is blundered or misread. The true date of the 
era has been fixed by Eckhei from two coins of Volusian with OC> and Heren- 
nius Etriiscus with HHC» which show that 19 B.c. is more probable than 20 B.c. 
If the ei-a began before 19 B.c., it must have been very late in the preceding year. 

^ Cf. Mionnet, iii., p. 550, no. 66, Invent Wadd., 4096-4099, 

2 Le Bas-Waddington, Inscr,, iii., p. 349. 

^ Babelon, Ann. de Num., 1883, p. 26. 

^ Of. Mionnet, iii., p, 552, no, 78; Belley (cited by Eckhei, iii-, p. 42) quotes 
from the Acta Marty rum, iv ’Amfdp^<p rg fit}Tpo7roksi. 

^ Cf. Invent Wadd.^ 4129, 4131, They can hardly mean Kolvo^ovXiov "EXevBepov 

KtXiKias, 


INTEOBnCTIOH, 


eiv 

AYTONOMOY is giveH by Vaillant on two coins of Commodus, 
but there seems to be no good authority for this title. 

PUM. is clearly to be read on the coin of Diadumenian (no. 16, 
PI. vi. 4), and is probably to be completed PXIMAIIIN of. PI2 
MAIilN CAPAAACCCnN at Sagalassns.2 

TPOTT. on the coins of Diadumenian and Elagabalus (nos. 16, 
19, 20) is the abbreviation of TpoTrato<f)6pov.^ The T which occurs 
on other coins before or after the letters A. M . K . (nos. 40, Pi. vi. 
15 ; 43» PL vii. 1 ; 45, PL vii. 3) is probably an abbreviation of TIM 
{Inv. Wadd.^ 4168), the meaning of which is obscure, 

N€I1K0PI2N has been read (perhaps by error) on a coin with 
the date AK2I and the bust of Plautilla.^ 

A. K. M., as at Tarsus (see above, p. Ixxxviii.) is nrp(^rri<; icaWL-^ 
iTTTjs fie^Lcrrr}'^, 

Of inscriptions relating to the institutions^pf the city, there 
occur the following : — 

KOINOBOYAION, €A€Y06PON KOINOBOYAION (nos. 
15, 33, PL vi, 11). See above, p. xcii. 

r. B, and r.F. (See above, p. xc.). It is noticeable that 
r . B . is replaced by F . f . earlier at Anazarbus (e.g. no. 35 of 
Trajan Decius) than at Tarsus, where^the change came in under 
Valerian. 

AHMIOYPFIA (no. 20, PL vi. 6)^ is the local office of Srjfiwvpyo^; 
held at Anazarbus by Elagabalus, whose bust on the obverse is 


^ Cf. Invent, Wadd., 4129 (Macrinus). 

^ B.M. Catal.IXt/cia, i&c., p. 251, no. 59. In spite of the type of this coin 
(dextrae) it can hardly be interpreted as an “alliance” coin. 

3 Le Bas-Waddington, Inser,, iii., p. 849. Cf, the type of no. 19, pL vi. 5. 
i ^ Langdon, Hum. Chr., 1855, p. 101. 

* Cf. Eigganer in E. Oberhummer and H.^Zimmerer, Burch Syrien u, Klein- 
asieriy pp. 317, 318 (no. 17 on the plate). 


CIUCIA, 


accordingly represented iu the crown and garments of office* 
See above^ p. xcviii* for similar representations at Tarsus* 

Agonistic inscriptions : — 

ANTilNCINIANIJA ITPflTA THC OIKOVM6NHC €TTI 
N6IKIA (Julia Maesa, no. 25).- ' The first name is probably taken 
from Elagabaliis ; the last seems . to ' imply that tlie games com- 
memorate the victory of his troops over - Maori nns, 
l€POC OIKOYM6NIKOC (Caracalla/ Elagabalus, no. 21..) 
Cf. l€POC and I6POC ICCXacrrexo? on coins of Commodus,® 
AAPIANIOC OIKOYM6NIKOC nnderElagabalns/ A€KIOC 
01K0YM€NIK0C on a coin of Hostilian at Paris. 

OAYMTTIA (Severns Alexander)^ . 

C6BACMIA (Maximus)A 

FYMNACIAPXIA (no. 44, PL vii. 2).^ See above, p. xxxiv. 

Of other inscripiioiis, TTYPAMOC has been read on coins of 
L. Veras in the extraordinary combination TTYPAMOC Til . . . 
ANAZAPBilJ which is obviously to be corrected to KAl. TilN 
TTPOC Til ANAZAPBil. 

On coins of the time of Trajan Decius (e.g. no. 35, 36) we find 
the legend €T. l€POY OAYMTT. with the date 0ZC (269 = 
A.n. 250/51 = A.r.c. 1003/4).^ These coins were probably issued 
at the conclusion of the cycle of four years following on the 
thousandth year of the city. 


^ Ann. de Num,, 1883, p. 25. 

* Vaiilant, Mioimet, iii., p. 552, m 74; Invent IVaid.^ 4117. 

® laihoof-BluiBer, Monn. p. 350, no. 12. 

^ Invent, 4139. ' ® Yaillant, Mionnet, iii., p. 554, no. 87. 

® Cf. Imhoof-Bluiaer, Ifonn. p. 350, no, 17. 

^ Mionnet, iii., p. 551, no. 72; cf. Supjd. viL^ p. 173, no. 96; Vaillant, A5r-}a. 
Imp, Of.f p. 62. 

® See Eckliel, Boetr, Num,, iii., p. 44. . 


evi 


INTRODUCTION. 


Among the more remarkable types of Anazarbns are the folloW” 

ing:— 

Tyche^ veiled and turreted, seated on a rock, crowned by a 
turreted female figare ; in front, two other similar figures ; below^ 
half-length figure of the Pyramus (Herennius Etruscns);^ a copy of 
the coins of Tarsus with the three eparchiae (above, p. xcii.). 

Tyche, seated, holding three statuettes of the eparchiae (Cara- 
crdla).^ 

P>ust of Sarapis (Tranquillina), and Sarapis seated with Kerberos 
(Volusien).'^ 

Half-length figare of the River Pyramus; in r. wreath, in L 
cornucopiae (Antoninus Pius).^' 

Bast of Zeus, laureate, placed in front of a rock crowned with a 
fortress, i.e. the acropolis of Anazarbus (Claudius?).^ This and 
other types of Zeus (of, nos. 1, 16, 17, PL v. 10, vi. 4) illustrate the 
dedication /cal "Hpat jafXTjXiaL /cal "Apet 7ro\iov)(^OL^,^ The 
mention of (a temenos of ?) the 9eo<; /caraL^dTp^ and Persephone on 
the tomb of the eunuch^’" makes it probable that Zeus Kataibates 
was worshipped on the rock of Anazarbus. 

Gymnasiarch (no. 44, PI. vii. 2, cf. p. xxxiv,). The basin, in 
front of which the gymuasiarch stands, is not the bath used in the 
gymnasium/ but a vessel containing oil. The wine-skin and palm- 
branch represent prizes. A gymnasiarch of Anazarbus is probably 
I’epresented on a relief described by Bent.^ 


* Imboof-Blumer, Monn. gr,^ p. 350, no. 14. 

2 Invent Wadd., 41*20, pL x. 1. 3 2;eiU 1889, p. 207. 

^ Kenner, St. Flurian^ p. 146, pi. v. 6. 

^ Imhoof-Blumer, Monn, gr.^ p. 349, no. 10. 

Journ. Ilellen. Stud., xi., p. 238, no. 4. 

" Heberdey and Wilbelm, p. 38, no. 94 D. 

^ Ob Bauineister, Denkmaler, i., p. 242, fig, 219, 

Journ. Ilellen. Stud.^ xi., p. 232, 


cructA, 


rvii 


Ti*m|)le with four columns,' semi-circular peilimeiit with shell 
ornament over central part> triangular pediments over si<ie aisles ; 
in centre, lialf-open folding doors diaclusiug large rosette or wlietd ; 
at sides, a hgure of caryatid type standing on a basis. (MuximiniiH, 
two varieties, the second without side columns or folding doorsd) 

FLAVIOPOLIS. 

liainsay^ f(.»rmerly identiiied Flaviopolis, Plavias and t)is (Sision, 
Sisia), regarding the last as the ancient native name. Bent, who 
found no remains earlier than Armenian times at Bis, suggests that 
Flaviopolis is to be identitled with Kars on the Sacmn 

Tdiai? The river on which Flaviopolis was situated is represented 
at the feet of Tyche (nos. 2, 3, 12, PL xiii. 9). 

The coins are dated according to an era beginning in A.l>. 74, 
when Yespasiaii constituted the province of Cilicia ^ the city then 
received the name of Flaviopolis, but the earliest known coins are 
of the seventeentli year, and bear the liead of Domitian. 

The most remarlnible types are the head of Kronos (no. 0, PL xiii. 
1.1)9 ami the Genius seated sacrificing, holding cornucopiae, with a 
vase on each side of him, who is represented on eoius of M-aximinus 
and Maximus (PL xL 8).'^ 

^ Invent Wadd.^ 4148,4144}. Mr. A. S. Murray suggests that the temple is 
oiie'irf N'eu^e^ is.,. ■ 

- IUaI, (Icog,, pp. JJS5,4>yi. But he is now inclined to discard this view [Jonrn. 
Ihdlen. Sind., xviii., p. dlJ). 

^ Journ. llellen. Sind,, xi„ p. 233. But inscriptions coma tVoia Sis, one with a 
local date. Juurn. lleUcn, Stud., xviii., pp. 310, 311. 

^ Z. f. K.f xli. 33*2 (witli the harpe)? from the same reverse die as Jnixnf. 
IVadd,, 4270, pi. x 13; Max. -Mayer in Eoschers Ze^.^ ii., pp. ir>72, 1573. 

^ Mionnet, SuppL vii., p. 214, nos, 247, 248 under Treboiiiaims G alius and 
VoluMaii. Bui the Bpecimeu illustrated hero (shown at the lhit,i>h Museum in 


cvm 


INTRODUGTIOK* 


AUGtrSTA. 

The site of Augusta is still uncertain ; it was in Cilicia Priraa^^ 
and therefore cannot have been Toprak^Kalessi m mg gested bj 
Heberdey and Wilhelm.^ L^ake^s conjecture of is more pro-^ 
bable/^ The Dionysos type of nos, 5-8 points to the neigliboarbood 
of Hieropulis and Epiphanea, 

The era according to which the coins are dated began in 20 a.b.^ 
Coins have been described with the head of Augustus, If they are 
rightly described^ they are probably not contemporary ^ rather the 
date 20 a.d. is that of the founding and naming of the city in 
honour of Livia Augusta, and none of the coins reading AYFOYC 
TANflN are likely to be earlier. 


1899) reads AVT K riOVOVHM AX lMeiNOCriOYHMAllIM 
OCK-, and the date FSIP (163) agrees. In spite of the extraordinary style of 
the coin there seems to be no doubt as to its genuineness. Other types not repre- 
sented in this Catalogue are: (1) Cultus-statiie of Artemis between two stags 
browsing on two trees, with the legend <f>AAOYIOTTOA6ITIlN M€CI ? 
(Faustina Jun., Sabatier in JSfum., 1869, p. 292, pL xi. 4). (2) Herakles 
standing (Maesa, Mionnet, S'Up;pl. vii., p. 213, nos. 245, 246). (3) Helios stand- 
ing, r* raised, in. 1. whip and chlamys (Gallienus, Bibi. Hat.), (4) On the coin of 
Trajan with the Bioskuri standing (Invent WadcL, 4284), the crescent appears 
between them as at the Pisidian cities of Pednelissus, Prostaniia and Verbe (see 
B.M, Catal. Li/cia, d’c., under these places), 

^ See Bamsay, Mist Geop,, p. 384; Huge in Pauly -Wissowa’s Real’-Enepcl,, 
ii., 2345 (1). 

2 Meisen, p. 23. 

3 See Imhoof-Biumer, Z.f, JV., x., 1883, p. 291; Babelon, Ann. de Mum., 1883, 
p. 27. 

The lollo.ving coins described below bear on this point : nos. 6, 6, Hero (died 
9 June, A.D. 68) with HM (48) ; nos. 12-14, Gallus and Volusian (died Alay 263) 
with FAC (233); no. 16, Valerian (sole Emperor, Aug. 253) with AAC (234)- 
The era cannot therefore have begun later than May a.jd. 21, or earlier than Aug, 
A.D. 19. See however, Grote, Miinzst.^ iii., p. 136, for other dates fixing it to 
A.D. 20. 



CILICIA. 


CIX 


To the types here described, the following may be added : 
Hermes standing with purse and caduceus (Gordian IIL) a 
remarkable agonistic type, consisting of a figure seated on a ta.ble, 
crowning himself with r., while with his 1. he takes a palm from an 
amphora behind him (Trajan Decius) galley (Hadrian) Tyche 
seated and Tyche standing, confronted ; above, Egyptian winged 
disk ; behind each figure, eagle on column (Sept. Severus, cf. 
Pi. viii. 2).^ The coins go down to the time of Gallienus, 

MOPSUS. 

Mopsus or Mopsuestia {Mi'^ov ecrrla) is represented by the 
modern Miasu^ on the Py ramus, which figures on the coins (no. 21, 
Pi. xviii. 11).^ It took its name from its supposed founder, the 
seer Mopsos, brother of Amphilochos, who founded Mallus. 

The coinage begins in the second century B.a, apparently in the 
time of Antiochus IV. of Syria. In his time the city bore the name 
of '%eX€Vfceia Trpo^ roj Tlypapu)^ as is proved by the existence of the 
following coins : — 

Head of Antioclins lY. Per. SEAEYKEflN TON nP02 
TOI RYPAMni Artemis huntress. M *65, Imhoof- 
Bliuner, Z,J\ N., x., p, 295 ; Leake, Num, Hell, As, G)\, p. 110. 


^ Mioiniet, iii., p. 567, no. 148. 

^ Mioiinet, 8n2jpl. vii., p. 198, no. 201 (after Sestini) ; cf. Invent, Wadd.f 4191. 

^ Babelon, Ann, de Nmn,^ 1883, pL ii,, no. 11 ; Imhoof-Blumer {oj), eit.y p. 292, 
note 1) points out the doubtfulness of this attribution. 

Invent, Wadd,^ 4190, pi. x. 6. Cf, the coins of Diocaesarea (pL xiii. 3). 

^ The modern name is derived from Mopsuestia (Mompsuestia) through the 
forms Mampsista, Mansista, Mansis. See W. Schulze in Kuhn’s 7jeiUclir„^ 1894, 
p. 372 ; and with the forms given by him cf. MoiJL-\^€aTS>v on no. 23. 

Also Mionn., vii., p. 232, no. 306, with the halfdigure of the river-god 

swimming ; cf. the Sams on coins of the neighbouring Adana (pi. iii. 6) and the 
Pyramns at Plieropolis (pi. xiv. 2, 3). Imhoof-Biumer, Alonn, yr., p. 362, no. 41. 
(l^yramus at feet of seated Tyche). Cf. also the coins with the bridge (see below). 



cx 


IXTEODUCTION. 


An autonomous coin with a similar inscription and the types of 
nos. 2 ff. is shown by its monograms to belong to the time of 
Antiochus lY} 

To the same reign belong the regal coins wntli the legends 
MOYEATUN^ and MOYEATXIN THX lEPAZ KAI AY- 
TON OMOY (no. 1), and the autonomous coins nos, 5^ 6 with the 
same monograms as no. 1. From these coins it appears that 
Mopsus discarded the name of Seleucia some time in the reign 
of Antiochus IV. 

The prevailing types in this first period are the head of Zeus'*^ 
and the altar of Mopsos.^ The tripod of no. 1 (PL xviii. 1) is 
perhaps taken from Seleucid coins, or it may be connected with 
the worship of Mopsos (cf. no. 8, PI. xviii. 3). The huntress 
Artemis is a common type in all periods of the coinage (cL 
especially no. 14, PL xviii. 6, with Sabina as Artemis). 

The coins so far described are followed by a series chiefly of the 
second century, but perhaps extending down to Imperial times.”' 
Among the types not represented here are ; Zeus seated wifch 
Nike f Head of Athena ; and Helios in car.^ The type of no. 8 
(PL xviii. 3) is generally called Apollo, but comparison witli the 


^ Re^K Num.f 1854, pL iv. 24. Ko argument can be founded on no. 25 in the 
same plate. 

2 Brit. Mus. Catal. Seleucid Kings, p. 40, no. 58, pi. xxviii. 5. 

3 An altar of Zeus at Mopsus in the time of Diocletian, Ruinart, Acta Mart. 
Sine., SS. Tarachus, &c., v. (Amsterdam ed. 1713, p. 431). 

^ For the form of the altar compare the coins of Antiochia ad Orontem (Wroth, 
B.M, Catal Galatia, Sfc., pL xix. 9, xx. 2, 7). 

^ If E0 on the coin in the Walcher de Molthein Catal (no. 2608) is a date, 
the coins with the head of Zeus and the altar were issued down to the very end of 
the first century B.r. e VTadd., 4372. 

^ Ibid., 4376; cl. Le Bas«Waddington, Inscr. 1491. <I>Ao/cX>js ... Atkim Kal rm 

^T]{X(Ol. 


Tepreseiifcatioiis of Mopsos at Hierapolis iii Phrygia^ and of Amplii- 
lochos at Malliis (p. 102^ no, 35, PI. xvii. 13) inakeB it probable 
that we have in this figure the seer Mopsos himself. This may also 
be true of the type described as the head of Apollo.” 

On some of the coins of the autonomous period the city bears 
the nanie aavXo^, More usual is the title lepa /cat avropop^o^, x\t 
a later date all three are combined with others in an inscription in 
lionour of Antoninus Pius.'* 

In the Imperial period, under Hadrian and Antoninus Pius, 
Mopsus, like Aegoae, Seleucia and Tarsus, struck silver tetra- 
draclims resembling those of Antioch in Syria, but differentiated by 
the legend (MOYEATWN nOAENII is an obvious parody of 
TAPCEXIN MHTPOnOAEnC) and sometimes by the altar 
which is the badge of the city. The weiglits of the heavier of 
these coins range from 13'64 to 12*49 grammes (210*5 to 192*9 
grains), but a lower denomination is represented by a piece of 
9*92 grammes (153*09 grains) in the Bibliotheque Natiouale. 

The coins of the Imperial period are dated in accordance with 
the era be^ginning in autumn 68 a.C.’* 

Various additions were made to the titles of Mopsus similar to 
those given to Aegeae. The most important is 'A^piavmp which 
b€^gins in the time of Hadrian. Others are ApTODpeivtavayp (Elaga- 
balos),^ Ae/CLavmv (no, 22), and OuaX(epcav6jv) raXki{7)vm^) (nos. 
28, 24). 

^ Head, Hist, Num.^ p. 565. Hofer, in Rosclier’s IL, ii. 3209 f., identifies 
this Mopsos with, the son of Lydos i but the Apolline character of the %ure (he 
holds bow ao,d branch) is in favour of the ordinary interpretation. 

® Mionnet, Sup^l. vii., p. 229, no. 296, &c. 

^ Le Bas-Waddington, 1494 (cf. G^L <t., 5885) : ^Adpmvmv rijs Upag 

mi iX^vBipas (cf. Plin., V. JJ., v. 91 : Mopsos liberum Fpramo inpositum) ml 
ao-yXov ml avropopov^ (biX-qs sal a'vppd)(ov ^Vcopdlmv* 

^ Imhoof-Blnmer, Mom, gr.^ p. 362; N,, x., p. 294. 

* V., xvii, p. 17. ^ 


cxii 


INTROBtTCTION. 


Among tlie more remarkable types are : — 

Altar and crab.^ 

Dioiiysiac mule, carrying bow, quivei’, and ivy- wreath (no. 19).^ 
The worship of Dionysos at Mopsus is otherwise proved by an 
inscription of the year 158 A.n. mentioning a Upev^; Sta jBtov rod 
icahXifcdpiTQv Atovvaov? The figure described by Langlois as 
Dionysos‘S is identical with the type of no. 22 (Pi. xviii. 12).^ 

Bridge over the river Pyrarnus.^ The same type occurs at 
Aegeae, with similar inscriptions AflP€A and nVPAMOC, also 
under Yaierian. 

Asklepios and Hygieia.^ The same cult is found at Aegeae (see 
below). 

The three Graces.^ 

AEGEAE. 

The modern Ajas^^ on the Gulf of Issus, preserves the ancient 
name of Aegeae.^^^ 

The coins which can with certainty be attributed to the place 


^ Intent Wadd., 4387 ; cf. Kenner, Stifi St. Flojdan, pi. v. 10. 

2 Imhoof-Blumer, Monn. gr.^ p. 362, no. 40 ; Babeloii, Invent. Wadd., 4394. 

® Heberdey and Wilhelm, p. 12, no. 28. The sanie epithet is applied to Dionysos 
in ail inscription at Aegeae (iMd.f p. 16, no. 44), the coinage of which has many 
points of connexion with that of Mopsus. 

^ Bev. ISftmi.f 1854, p. 18, no. 21, pi. ii, 15. 

^ Cf. Invent Wadd.-^ 4395. “ Perseus holding head of Medusa.” 

® Mionnet, Suppt vii., p. 235, no. 313 ; Leake, Suppl.^ p, 69; Waddington, 
Bull. Corr. Hellen,, vii., p. 289. The word AJflP€AI occurs on another coin 
of Valerian published by Waddington from his own collection {ihid.)^ but not in* 
eluded in the Inventaire ; the type is obscure (two figures, one male, the other 
female, holding branches). 

^ Invent. Wadd., 4397. ® A*., yii., p. 334, pi. xiii. 14. 

Ramsay, Hist. Geog., p. 385 ; Toraaschek, Zur hist. Tapogr. von Kleinasien, 
p. 69 ; Heberdey and Wilhelm, p. 14. 

^ Of the various forms Alyeai, Alyai^ klyam, the first seems to be the true one 
(Six, Ntm. Ghr.^ 1895, p. 203, note 96). 



CILTCTA. 


cxili 

are hardly earlier than the second century b,c., and the chief 
importance of Aegeae belongs to Roman times. 

Six^ has attributed to Aegeae some satrapal staters^ whicli are 
here catalogued under Oelenderis, for reasons given above (p. xlix). 
lie has also attributed to the same place ^ an imitation of an Attic 
tetradrachm reading AIF.^ It is one of a class coming exclusively 
from India, and if this coin is 'given to Aegeae others c£ similar 
fabric and style'^ must follow it. The attribution, however, cannot 
be accepted %vithoot further evidence. 

The chronological classification of the bronze coins of pre- 
imperial times is difficult. The Imperial coins are dated from 
the Caesaibui era (autunin of 47 The same seems to be 

the cnse with some of the autonomous or quasi-autonomous pieces. 
No. 14 apparently bears the date 166;^ but its Seleocid fabric 
forbids our placing it as late as 119 a.d. The only other probable 
era is the Seleucid, and the data 140 b.c. suits very well the fabric 
of this coin.^ The letters lA on nos. 15 and 18, on the other 
hand, if they are dates, as the line over them suggests, must 
represent year 14 of the Caesarian era. The king whose head 
appears on coins sucli as nos. 18 and 19 has generally been iden- 
tified with Antiochus IV. of Commagene; but the resemblance 
to his portrait is far from close* and the coins seem to be of an 
earlier date. 


^ Xum, fjhr., 1895, pp. 203 if. IbuL 

B.M. CataL Attka, rso, 271. ^ Ibid., nos. 267 ff, 

^ The coin of Domitia (Hoffmann CataL, 646), if rightly attributed to this cih% 
should be dated BMP and not BHP* 

® Cf. the coin of somewhat himtlar types, with magistrate's name NIKOMH 
and date 176, published by Imhoof-BIumer, Monn, gr., p. 348, no. 6. 

y That Aegeae received a garrison in, Seleucid times is proved by the title 
MAK(ffto«'s) which the people bear on imperial coins* 



CXIY 


introduction. 


Pre-Imperial types not represented in tliis Catalogue are : head 
of Perseus,^ head of Demeter/ forepart of bridled horse.^ 

Under Hadrian^ Aegeae issued silver tetradrachras weighing 
201 grains (13*02 grammes) and under.^ A billon coin of Valerian 
is also described.^ 

In the number of names assumed at various times Aegeae 
rivals Anazarbus and Tarsus. In the first century b.c. it is 
called^ lepa fcal avrovojjbo^^^ or 97 lepa ml acrwXo? (no. 9). The 
titles which are satisfactorily vouched for in Imperial times are : 

AAPIANUN, KOMOAIANflN, C€YHPIANflN, AA€HAN 
APOYnOAIC,7 MAKP€INOYnO(X€a)9), MAK€ (Sor^A:7;9) €Y 
r€N(o59) niCT[H]C e€O<|)(ao0?) N€OK[0]POY AITAIACC]/ 
and NAVAPXIAOC. This last, which shows that Aegeae was a 
naval station, is first found on a coin of Gordian us Africaniis and 
his son.^ 


1 Hunter Collection, PL iii. 9, s( e Eckhel, D. A., iii., p. 36 Bust of XtLena, 
spear over shoulder, two raonogniins behind). Tinder Aepea (p. 14) in Combe’s 
Catalogue. 

JwenL 4066 (rer., goat in wreath). 

^ Combe, Mus. 11, no. 1. 

^ No. 22; cf. Invent. Wacld., 4071, 4072 (12*04 and 12*73 grammes, 185*80 and 
196*45 grains), no, 4070 (10’46 grammes, 161*42 grains); also a coin in the 
General Collection at Paris with Athena holding a phiale, 9*77 grammes (150*77 
grains). 

s I7 j/cL, no. 4091. 

® Plin., XT. Jf., V, 91, has op^pidum Aegeae Uherum, but iXevBepa does not occur. 

^ As on a coin of Sev. Alexander at Paris (Aegeae, no. 23). 

8 Imhoot-Blumer, Or. Mum,, no. 549. Gp. the coin of Herennia Etruscilia 
(no. 38) with N€WKOpOV ©€0<l>IAOVC in full. On the coins of Dia- 
dumenian in the Invent. Wadd., nos. 4074, 4075 for FI IOC, FI 10 read Fll. 

® Von Sallet, Z.f. N., vii., p. 140, confirming Sestini, Descr., p. 402. The two 
Emperors are called 0€OYC TOPAIANOYC C€M . P11A\ . A<1>PI . 



CILICIA. 


cxv 


Among tte more remarkable Imperial coins are fcLe fol lowing : — 

(1) Cornelia S opera : Eagle in temple^ with the date ©QC, 

proving this empress to be contemporary with Aemiliand 

(2) Antoninas Pius: JBet?. Female figure (Amalthea) with the 
infant Zens.^ The type evidently alludes to the legend of the 
suckling of Zeus by the goat Amalthea^ which we find also at 
Aegium in Acliaia.^ 

(3) The naval importance of Aegean^ is illustrated, before the 
appearance of the title vavap'^k^ by the type of a coin of 
Macrinus : Lighthouse, on the top of which is a figure leaning 
on a spear; below, one or more vessels.® 

(4) A bridge over the Fyrarnos is represented on a coin of 
Valerian, reading AfZP€A flYPAMOC The same bridge and 
inscription occur on a coin of Mopsus (above, p. cxii.). The people 
of Aegeae would naturally be interested in a bridge over the river 
near Mopsus, by which their commuuication with Adana, Tarsus, 
and Anazarbus would be secured. 

(5) Asklepios, Hygieia and Telesphoros are of some importance. 
For at Aegeae there were a lepov ‘"AcrKkrjTnoVj Kal 6 ^AcrfcX7]7rL0<^ 
avrm e7rtSi|Xo9 to69 ai/9po)TroL<;J Sestini describes^ a coin of the time 
of Philip on which Asklepios and Telesphoros are represented in a 


^ JVim. Zc4L, xiv., 1882, p. 8 ; Ann. de Nmn., 1884, p. 149. 

® Irnhoof-Biunier, Momi. gr., p. 349, no. 8. 

Journ. Hellen. Btud.^ xvii*, 1897, p. 82, no. 5. 

** Eckhel quotes Lucan, iii. 227 : externae remnant navalihus Aegae. Strabo 
(xiv. 676) has Alydlai ttoXIxvcov, v^oppov t^ov, 

® Mioniiet, iii., p. 542, no. 80. The figure is perhaps Poseidon with a trident. 
Cf. also S'Kppl.i vii., p. 158, nos. 37, 38. 

^ Mionnet, iii., p. 547, no. 53. CL the inscription AX2P€A at Side (Cave- 
doni, Splcil.j p. 208). 

Philostr., Vit A^olh i. 7, 1 ; cf. Vit. Soph, ii. 4, 1. 

® Mus. lied., ii., p. 277, no. 16. The figure in Wiczaj, 3Ius. Med., 5482, shows 
Sestini^s reading to be doubtful. 


cxvi 


INTEODUOTION. 


temple inscribed 0€X2 CIITHPI K. 0€jQ 0€A€C<!>OPI1 [sic). 
The figure of Hygieia on no. 20 (PI* iv» 5) is evidently copied 
from a fine original^ and so is the pretty bust on a coin 
of Julia Domna in the Biblioth^ue E'ationale (no* 23, here PL 
xl. 3). Both agree in representing Hygieia with the bast more 
or less undraped. The serpent of Asklepios is the type oi a 
coin of Severus Alexander in the Bibliotheque Nationale (no. 33). 
A contest called T 6 po 9 Oifcovjj,ept/co^ ^AafcXTjTrm (= '^AarKkrjTreLO^;) is 
mentioned on a coin of Valerian J 

(6) Diademed head of Alexander the Great ? ^ (cf* no, 29, 
PI. iv. 10). 

(7) Kadmos standing before the fortress of Thebes ; at his feet, 
bull recumbent, as on coins of Tyre*^ 

(8) Boot (see note to no. 37, p. 26). At Ace-Ptolemais coins 
of Salonina bear a human right foot, with a ring for suspension (?), 
surmounted by a thunderbolt and accompanied by a caduceus.'^ 
At Alexandria in Egypt also occurs’ the type of a human right 
foot surmounted by a head of Sarapis.® 

(9) Athena, with shield and spear, standing between two stags 
(Aemilian).® 

(10) Personification of EKKAH(or/a) as a seated female figure 
holding phiale.^ 


^ Invent. Wadd., 4089. Other types belonging to the same group are : Serpent 
in basket between two torches (Sev. Alexander), and Hygieia seated, feeding serpent 
which rises out of cist a before her (Valerian) ; both in the Bibliotheque ISTationale. 
2 Imhoof-Blnmer, Monn. gr,, p. 848, no. 7 ; Invent Wadd,t 4070, 4074. 

® Babelon, Invent Wadd., 4087, cf. Perses Ach., i[>. 346, pi. xxxviii. 19. 

^ Be Sauicy, de la Terre Sainte, p. 169, pi. viii. 12. 

° B.M. Oatal, Alexandria^ nos. 1209, 1210 (PI. xiv.). 

® Invent Wadd., 4086, pi. ix. 21. Of. the inscription quoted on p. 27, note 1. 

'* Imhoof-Blumer, Joiirn. Mellen. 8tud.^ xviii. (1898), p. 161. 



CILIGIA. 


CXVll 


MALLXTS. 

The history and coinage of Mallas have been exhaustively 
treated by Imhoof-Blumer.^ He shows that it was situated some 
way up the Pyramus, and not at Karataf^ch, the ancient Megarsus, 
or Magarsns (Antiochia ad Pyramum).^ It probably lay not far 
from the point where the old and new outlets of the river 
divide; and these two arms must be represented by the two 
river-gods who on the coins of Roman times are represented 
swimming in different directions.^ Tradition ascribed the foun- 
dation of the city to Amphilochos and Mopsos or to Mallos.'' ^ 
Of these^ Amphilochos had a famous hieron and oracle on the 
spot. 

Imhoof-Blumer has divided the history of Mallus, for numis- 
matic purposes^, into ten epochs. The coins with the type of a 
swan, which come into his third epoch, are the basis of his 
attribution to Mallus of the other coins belonging to the same 
class as nos. 1-11 (PL xv. 10 — ^xvi. 7) in this volume. There is, 
of course, no longer any doubt that the coins with the swan 
belong to Mallus. On tbe other hand, the reasons for attributing 
to Mallus the coins with the baetylic stone do not seem to nae 
by any means sure, although in deference to the gi*eat authority 
by whom they are adduced I have thought it advisable to leave 


^ Ann. de JSfum., 1883, pp. 89 if. Additions, ITuin. Zeit, xvl, 1884, pp. 281 ff. 
I refer to bis publication as Irab. 1, Imb. 2, &c. 

^ CK Heberdey and Wilhelm, pp. 7 ff. 

^ Both outlets, and not only tbe western one, therefore probably existed in 
ancient times. 

^ Svoronos (Z.f. W., xvi., 1888, pp. 220 f.) proves a close connexion between 
Mallus and Crete, from which island it may have been founded. 


CXviii 1OTROD0CTIOK. 

them for the present in the position which he has assigned to 
them,^ J. P. Six has also pointed out the improbability of the 
attribution, although it is hardly more improbable than his own 
ascription of the coins to Anchiale, and the early date to which he 
assigns the coins with the swan.^ 

Period I. Circa 520-485 b*g. The type of the coin placed by 


^ “Si je propose de restituer ^ Mallos les monnaies reanies sous les nos. 1 a 18s 
c*est que Fanalogie des types et de quelques symboles,— le V 14) et Pespece 

de caducee des nos. 12 et suiv. et 28, semblent j autoriser. En outre, le carr^ 
creux et les poids de ces pik*es conviennent parfaiteraent an monnayage qui devait 
prdc^der celui au cygne. Sauf des preuves irrdfutables centre cette attribution, 
je tiens celle-ci, dans Petat actuel de nos etudes, pour la plus plausible,’'^ de 
p. 123. (1) Analogy of types. The winged figure with tlie curved wings 

on the baetyl-coins is (almost, if not quite) without exception female, and fully 
draped ; on the swan-^coins we find a male figure nude (in all cases save one) to the 
waist. In style, the treatment of the winged figure on the swan-coins is orientaliz- 
ing, and wholly different in character from the treatment of the female figure 
supposed to precede it, which is excellent free Greek work. I find it difficult to 
believe that a school of artists who bad produced figures like those on the baetyl- 
coins (PL XV. 10-xvi. 7) could pass to the figures on the swan-coins (PI. xvi. 8-13). 
The resemblance between the types seems to be superficial, and no extant coin 
shows a transition from one class to the other. (2) Sjunbols. The connexion 
between the triangular ear-ring and the sign V on the baetyl-coins is not estab- 
lished. As the ear-ring is worn by Aphrodite at Nagidus as well as Mallus, it in 
any case would only prove a Cilician origin for the baetyl-coins. llTote that at 
Nagidus Aphrodite also wears ear-rings of a naore usual form ; and even the 
triangular form is sometimes represented as A? showing that it can hardly have 
the symbolic meaning assigned to it. The caduceus is also a symbol so common 
that no strong argument can be founded on it. (3) Weights. The break in the 
weight-standard, as will be shown below, comes not in the middle but at the 
beginning of the third period ; in other words, the first two groups are distinguished 
from the coins certainly belonging to Mallus by a difference in weight-standard. 

^ Num. CJir., 1894, pp. 320 ff. He regards VF presumably A FI on 
no. 10) as the initials of the name ^AyxttD^r), The usual interpretation of these 
letters as the Upa crroixeta, which were sometimes inscribed on ^atrvkta^ seems 
preferable {Ann. de Num., 1883, p. 123, note 18). The style of the swan-coins is 
not archaic, but rather orientalizing. They seem to me to begin towards the close 
of the fifth century, about the same time as the baetyl-coins come to an end. 



CILICIA. 


CXIX 


Imlioof-Blamer at the head of his list (no. 1 on his pi. v) is nude 
and male, and in attitude also differs from the figure on the 
baetyl coins. In the last respect it more closely resembles the 
figure on the coins attributed to Olbia in Pamphylia.^ As the 
wings on the latter are straight, and there is a reverse type, the 
coin now in question may be an earlier issue of that mint. If 
it can be transferred to Olbia, the remainder of Imhoof-Blumer^s 
first and second groups become uniform in having a female type. 

Period II. Circa 485-425 b.o. On no. 4 (PI. xv. 12) the field 
of the incuse square is granulated, and marked by corrugations 
recalling those on the reverses of Persian coins. In the present 
period, on no. 5 (PI. xvi. 1), the corrugations take form as 
granulated patches, the rest of the field being left smooth 
(cf, no. 8 on Imboof-Bloomer’s plate v.). The Naples coin 
no. 7) shows the transition from these patches to what are dis- 
tinctly birds {ibid,, no. 5, and here PI. xvi. 2). On the other 
hand, from the objects on Imh. no. 8 (pi. v. 6} were developed 
the bunches of grapes which appear on other specimens (here 
PL xvi. 3, 4). In addition to, or in place of, these symbols, 
letters frequently occur in the field, most usually V> also F 
and I . On one coin the v F are accompanied by a pellet 
beneath (Imh. pi. v. 11^). On the baetyl itself occurs the pellet 
alone, ^ and the sign on no. 7 (PI. xvi. 3) of this Catalogue. In 
the learned and highly imaginative article on Sternhilder als 
Miinziypen^ by Svoronos/^ all these types, letters, and symbols are 
explained as having astronomical or meteorological significance. 


^ B.M. Catal. Lyda, Sfc., p. 118, pi. xxiii. 14, 15; Six in Num, Ghr., 1898, 
p, 217. 

Z. f. A., xvL, pi. X. 8. 

^ Ibid., pp. 219 fi. 


^ Ihid.i pi. X. 9. 


cxx 


INTRODUCTION. 


With our present lights^ it seems wiser to forbear from any such 
interpretation.^ 

With regard to Imhoof’s nos. 5 and 6, he notes that the 
griffin-type is more suitable to Lycia than to Cilicia, and there 
is other evidence in favour of the Lycian origin of these coins.^ 

The coinage which can with certainty be attributed to Mallus 
begins towards the end of the fifth century. The reverse type 
of the first series (b.c. circa, 425-385, Imh. pi. v. 13-22^ here 
PL xvi. 8-13) is always a swan, which is either an allusion to 
the marshy character of the neighbourhood of Mallus, or a 
symbol of Astarte- Aphrodite, or both.^ The male winged figure 
of these coins is as yet unidentified. The bearded figure 
(PI. xl. 9) with four wings, carrying, like the other figure, a 
disk, on which is sometimes represented an animaPs head, is 
very probably Kronos,^ who is represented in a more Hellenised 
form on the later coins; while the disks in both cases are 
planetary symbols. 


^ Whatever the significance afterwards attached to the birds and grapes, their 
origin is clearly, in a certain respect, fortuitous. The shape of the granulated 
patch was conditioned by the shape of the haetyl. Where the latter was furnished 
with handles, the patch was necessarily narrowed to make room ; hence, eventually, 
the neck and head of the bird. Where there were no handles, no narrowing was 
necessary, and the patch was free to develop into a bunch of grapes. 

2 Ann. de Num., 1883, pp. 101, 125, note 26. The dotted incuse square is 
suitable to Lycia, whence some specimens have been obtained. The resemblance 
of the obverse type to the Cilician coins may, as he remarks, he due to imitation. 
But the resemblance is slighter than it seems to he at first sight ; the treatment of 
the wings, for instance, is more as on B.M. Catal. L^cia, p. 5, nos, 26, 27, than as 
on Oilician staters. As Lycian tetrobols these coins fit well into the Lycian series, 
where the specimen acquired by the Museum from the Montagu Sale (1. 646) has 
accordingly been placed. 

® So, too, the swans appear on coins of Classomenae, both because of their 
abundance in the neighbourhood and because of their association with Apollo. 
Head, Hist Num., p. 491. * Imh. nos. 19-22, and p. 124. 


CIlilCXiL, 


cxxi 


Besides the staters of this period there exist small denomina- 
tions^ the higher of *94 to *58 grammes (14*50 to 8*95 grains), 
the lower of *37 grammes (6*71 grains), which appear to be 
twelfths and twenty- fourths of the stater* Besides the swan, 
there occur as types on these a bearded head of Herakles 
(Imh. 33~35), a head of Athena,^ the upper half of a winged 
figure/ and an astragal os.^ 

The Greek inscriptions on coins of this series are MA, 
MAP, MAPA, MAAP, MAPAO, MAPAOTAN (i.e. MapXwrdi^, 
Imh. no. 24), while on one variety occurs the Aramaic equiva- 
lent (no. 17, PI. xvi. 13). 

As regards weight, the coins of this period are divided by 
Imhoof - Blumer into two classes, the first (Imh. nos. 19-24, 
unrepresented here) weighing 11*26 to 11*06 grammes (172 23 to 
170'68 grains), which he regards as belonging to the Aegineric 
standard; the latter (nos. 12-18, Imh. 25-32, peculiar in having 
the crux ansata) being of the Persic standard (10*56 grammes 
= 162*95 grains and under). But as the weight 11*26 grammes 
falls well within the highest limit of the Persic standard, all the 
coins of this period may be regarded as of the same standard, 
and we thus obtain a further differentia of these coins from those 
with the baetyl (which weigh 11*80 to 11*23 grammes =182 10 to 
173*30 grains). 

The next period in the coinage of Mallus is that of the 
satraps (circa b.c. 385-333). At its head stands the stater 
(PI. xvii. 1) with the inscription M A PA (?) and the representa- 


^ Weber, Num. Chr.^ 1896, p. 29, pi. iii. 13 (9 grains). 

2 linhoof-Blumer, JSfum. Zeit, xvi., 1884, p. 281, pi. v. 19. 

3 In the Bibliotbeque J^Tationale (*82 graninies, 12'65 grains). 
Hill, JELandhook oj Greek and Roman Coina, pp. 32, 33. 





CXXll 


INTEOBXJCTIOH. 


tions of Dionysos and what seems to be a plooghing scene.^ 
This is followed by the coins (staters and twenty-fourths) with 
the Greek head of Kronos and the figure of Demeter (PL xvii. 2^ 3). 
Contemporary with these is the stater^ bearing the name of 
Tiribazus ( and types similar to the staters struck by the 
same satrap at Issus (PL xv. 3, xxvi. 2/ xxix. 1), viz. Baal and 
Ahura-mazda. This is the latest coin on which the city is 
called MAP(X,o 9 ). Tiribazus^ tenure of the satrapy dates from 
386 to 380 B.G. These coins are followed by the various series 
described by Imhoof-Blumer in his fourth period. Bronze now 
appears for the first time.^ 

The staters with the heads of Aphrodite and a satrap (Tiribazus, 
according to Babelon ; but the heads are conventional) appear 
to have been frequently imitated by barbarians.® One of them is 
further remarkable for the inscription M A[AAQ]TH2!. 

Imh. nos. 47-49 belong to the class of staters with the facing 
bust of Athena, and seated Baal (see above, p. Ixxxiii. f.). 

As Imhoof-Blumer has shown,® the obverse type of PL xvii. 2 is 
Kronos, the harvest-god, and therefore associated with Demeter. 
The type may have been suggested by the coin of Himera with 
Kronos,^ as other Sicilian types were copied in Cilicia (see above, 
pp. Ixxviii., Ixxxi.) ; but the worship, as we have seen, was estab- 
lished at Mallus at an earlier date. 


^ or. Imhoof-Blumer, Num. ZeiL^ xvi. (1884), p. 282. 

2 Livent. Wadcl.^ 4359, pi. x. 20. 

3 Imh. no. Wadd., 4366, 

Imhoof-Blumer, ^e?.^ Suisse, v., p. 806. Imh. no. 39 seems to me to be 
earlier in than the timw of Tiribazus. 

® Imh, pi, vi. 27, 28; Babelon, Wadd., pi. x. 22 (cf. the coin with 

TEIPIBAZOY attributed to Issus, pi. x, 15). The specimen formerly 
in the Montagu Collection (I. 656) is false. 

6 Eoscher, Lex., ii. (1) 1572. 


7 Ibid,, 1558, fig. 5. 


CILICIA. 


CXXUl 


In the time of Alexander the Great and his immediate snccessors^^ 
Mallus probably employed gold and silver coins of Alexander’s 
types, but the attribution to Mallus of nos. 1308-1318 in Miiller^s 
catalogue cannot be called highly probable. The tetradrachms 
with seated Zeus and lion are now assigned to the mint of Babylon.^ 

In Seleuoid times, Mallus was a mint of Demetrius 1I,_, who 
struck there (in both his reigns) silver coins with a type generally 
identified with Athena Magarsis.^ The mint-mark is M or MAA. 
The goddess stands to the front on a basis. She wears a triple- 
crested helmet^ and long chiton^ on either side of which, standing 
out from the body from the waist downwards, is a fringe of 
serpents/^ She holds a sceptre, sometimes tied with fillets, and 
on each side of her head is a rosette. The same goddess is repre- 
sented on a bronze autonomous coin of this time'^ and on coins of 
Imperial date (Imh. nos. 58 and 63). 

After an interval, Mallus began to issue coins in the first 
century b.c., probably after the delivery of Cilicia from Tigranes by 
Lucullus in 69 B.c. The Imperial coinage from 30 b.c. to 211 a.d. 
(Imh. nos. 55-60) is not represented in this Catalogue.® The most 

^ Imhoof-Blumer, Momi. gt\, pp. 375 ff. ; Ann, de 1883, p. 113 ; Num, 

Zeit, xxvii., pp. 1 ff. 

- Imh. nos, 50-52; Bahelon, Hois de ^yrie^ p. cxxxii. and no. 929; B.M. 
Oatal. Seleuoid Kings^ p. 59, 17, and p. 77, 21. Probably the Athena repre- 
sented on later coins in the ordinary Greek form, often in relation to Araphilochos, 
is also meant for Athena Magarsis. Amphilochos^ tomb was shown at Magarsus. 

^ Gf. the head on the satrapal coins, PI, xxxi., xxxii. 

^ That they are serpents is clear from the drachm in the British Museum. On 
the tetradraclims the serpents are conventionalised and less recognisable. The 
type (as the comparatively free treatment of the draper}^ shows) is a modification 
of a very primitive form (see 0. Jahn, de antiquiss. Minervae simulaeris Atticis^ 
p. 20, and pi. iii, 7. 

^ Num, Zeit., xvi., 1884, pi. v. 20 ; Invent, Wadd,, 4367. 

® The coin of Sabina (Imh. no. 57) in the British Museum is undoubtedly 
tooled. Besides Athena Magarsis, and Tyche seated with two river-gods at her 
feet, Amphilochos occurs (Irnh. no, 59) at this period, as on the later coinage. 



CXXIV 


INTROBUCTIOIT. 


important coins are those of Maorinus and Diadnmenian/ reading* 
MAA. lEP. TOY OEOY AM<l>IAOXOY and M[AA I]EP. TTOA. 
GEOY AM<f>IAOXOY {lepovov lepa TroXt? of the god Amphilochos, 
if TTOA is a mistake of the die-engraver for TTO A). ^ The date of 
these coins is ATTC, giving autumn 68 or 67 B.c. as the beginning 
of the era. 

Mallus was raised to the rank of colony, probably by Trajan 
Decius.^ The quasi-autonomons coins are interesting for the 
inscription SACRA SINATUS,^ a blundering translation of Upa 
avvK\r}ro^. A coin of Hostrlian in the Bibliotheque dSTationale 
(no. 286?>; Olw. SVAL, - - QUINTUM - - , radiate bust of 
Hostilian to 1 ) has on the rev, a prize vase containing two palm- 
branches, stand iiisr above an ansate tablet inscribed S [C] ; around, 
MAUOCOL^ONIAACIAMFIC OCHI. 

MAOAESnS. 

Many attributions, of varying degrees of improbability, have 
been made to this place, the site of which was at Earatasch (see 
above, p, cxvii.). The most recent is that of J. P. Six,^ who bases 


^ Iinboof-Blumer, Journ. Ilellen, Siud,^ (1898), pp. 163, 164, cf. Invent 
Wadd., 4369 (on which 1 can onlj decipher MAAI 1 1 PROA, the last A being 
certain). 

" Ch the Latin equivalent on the coin of Hostilian mentioned below. 

® The foundation of the colony is represented on a coin of this Emperor ; Imh. 
no. 61, cf. Invent. Wadd., 4-370. 

^ lsb)t SACER SENATVS as given by Imh. no. 65 ; see A. von Sallet, 
Z.f- A, xviii., p. 198. 

5 Eum. Chr., 1895, pp. 197 ff. (1) Earn 1. j in front F . Bev. Dolphin L 
between crescent and rosette. Dotted incuse square. (2) Similar, with crnx 
ansata (HO) in addition. Bev. Club and branch of olive in saltire, in dotted 
iticnse square. (3“5) Staters with types of Mazaeus, with symbols : head of 
Athena, head of ram (cf. pp. 169, 170, nos. 40, 45). (6) The coins here catalogued 



CILICIA, 


C 


his view chiefly on the rosette, which is an attribute of Ath 
Magarsis on coins of Mallns of Seleucid date (see above, p. cxxi 
On the stater no, 1 on which it occurs it is associated wit 
crescent. On some late colonial coins of Mallus^ Athena Maga 
has a crescent on her shoulders, and is without rosettes. In 
cases, it may be noted, the rosette is meant for sun or star; on 
bronze Seleucid coin published by Imhoof-Blumer^ the symbc 
clearly a star. But the symbols in question seem to be 
slender evidence on which to base an attribution ; and in any < 
Mallus would seem to have as strong claims as Magarsus. 

H, — Eastern District. 

EPIPHANEA. 

The site of Epiphanea is uncertain ; Oosem {Geuz Khane)^ ele 
miles from Osmanie on the road to Pay as ^ has been suggested 
Major Bennet and Heberdey and Wilhelm.^ It must have t 
re-named by Antiochus Bpiphanes of Syria, its original name ha\ 
been Oeniandos,^ to which the frequency of Dionysos as a typ< 
the coins is appropriate.® 


as uncertain of Cilicia, p. 239, nos. 5~7, PI. xxxix. 13, 14. (7) King of P 
with spear and arrows. Pev. Bust of Athetia in triple-crested helmet t 
quarters 1. (8) Baal tars seated 1. (with name in Aramaic) and bust of Athei 

on no. 7. Some of these hear the letter ^ (D). Nos. 1““5 and 8 are P 
staters, the rest small denominations. 

* de Num,, 1883, pi. vi., no. 40. 

2 Num, ZeiL, xvi. (1884), pi. v. 20. 

^ Kamsay, Bist. Geog., p. 386; Heberdey and Wilhelm, Reisen, p. 23. 
the data see Leake, Tour^ p. 21V, 

4 Plin., N. H., V. 93. 

^ Oavedoni, p. 206. Of. the Dionjsiac types at the neighbo 

Augusta. 


CXXVl 


INTKODUCTION'. 


All the coins save one^ or pei'haps two (see below) beair the beads 
of Emperors (Hadrian to Trebonianus Gallus). They bear dates 
according to an era beginning between 67 and 65 b.c.^ 

On a coin described by EckheP the city appears with the 
additional name TPAIANOTTO. In any district except Cilicia, 
where names of this kind were adopted and almost immediately 
discarded, it would seem probable that the coin had been mis-read. 

The Dionysiac types include one in which Dionysos rides in a 
chariot drawn by panthers led by a satyr The only other type 
of importance not represented in this Catalogue is Helios standing 
L, r, raised, L holding globe.^ 

issus. 

Issus lay near the coast, at the head of the gulf of the same 
name,® but the exact site is uncertain. 

The coinage is confined to the period before Alexander the Great. 


^ Mionnet, iii., p. 578, no. 200. Head of young Dionysos, rev, Tyche standing ; 
Eni<!>ANEnN, APISTOY and APX in monogram. 

- Between 68 and 65 B.c. on the evidence of a coin of Trebonianus Gallus 
{Inilioof-Blumer, Gr. Munz,, p. 707, i.o. 558), while the coin of Otaciiia Severn 
here catalogued (no. 7, with A IT = 311) fixes the earliest possible date at 67 B.c, 
(See also Alexandria ad Issuin, Soli-Pompeiopolis, Mopsus.) The coin of Hadrian 
and Sabina (no. 1) cannot have been issued before 138 a.d. Sabina died in 
136 A.B., but cannot have been consecrated until after the issue of this coin. She 
is diva Sabina in the inscription (7. J. vi. 98dj, so that her consecration must 
have taken place late in 138 or early in 139 a.p. 

® Doctr. N-um., iii., p. 56; Num. Vet, pi. xiii. 12; Sestini, Lett, d. Cont.^ 
viii. 95. Eckhel describes the head as crowned with ivy, in which case it is a 
young Dionysos ; Sestini as a head of Hadrian. 

^ Imhoof-Bluraer, Gr. Munz,, pi. xi. 13 ; cf, Hinica Claudiopolis (PI. xxi. 2) and 
Seleucia (PI. xxiii. 11). 

^ Invent. Wadd., 4276, pi. x. 12. 

® Heberdey and Wilhelm, p. 23. 



CILICU. 


CXXVll 


Six^ has attributed to it, as its earliest comage, two classes of 
Persic' 'Staters.:'''': ' ■ 

(1) Forepart of lion. Bev^ Incuse square, divided into two triangles 

by a bar (here p. 90, nos. 1, 2, PL xv. 1, 2). 

(2) Forepart of lion. Rev, ISSA!ON (^) Man slaying a lion with a 

spear. Deep incuse square.^ (E.M. Gatal. Li/cia, PL xliv. 19.) 

The reading of the latter coin is, however, very uncertain/ and 
on it depends the attribution of the former. 

To the beginning of the fourth century are attributed two staters 
in the Copenhagen Museum 

(1) Apollo, standing, holding phiale and resting on laurel -branch. In 

field IS [51]* The Aramaic legend, if there was one on the 
die, is off the y?cm. Pti?;. Herakles, beardless, standing to front, 
head 1., with club, how, and lion’s skin. In front of him ^ 
Countermark, bull and lo/ (P)» Incuse square. Wt. 10*70 
grammes (165*13 grains). 

(2) Similar, with ISSI [KON?] across the field, and (above) traces 

of Aramaic legend/ concave field on reverse. Same weight as 
preceding. 

The coins bearing the name of Tiribazus were issued by him 
while organizing the war against Euagoras L from 386 to 380 b.c. 
in Cilicia. The coin here catalogued (Pi. xv. 3) is one of a series 
issued also from Mallus, Soli, and Tarsus. Babelon attributes to 
Issus a stater with the same types, but apparently without any 
mint-name.® Under the same mint ^ he describes a stater with Baal 

1 Wzim, Gkr,, 1888, p. 114 f., pi. v. 8 and 9. 

® Of. the obol with a similar reverse, and a bearded head on the obverse {Num, 
Ckr,, 1888, p. 120 ; Babelon, Ferses Ach,, p. xlvi.). 

3 See B.M. Catal. Li/cia, A*c,, p. cxv., note 

* Imhoof-Blumer, Monn. gt\, p, 355. 

^ Six, Num. C7ir.y 1888, ]). 120, reads Ssissos, 

® Ferses Avh., p. 21, no. 156, pi. hi. 16. But see above, p. Ixxiii., note 1. 

7 Ibid., nos. 157, 158, pi. iii. 17, 18. 



CXXVIU 


iNTRODrrcTiO]sr. 


standings holding eagle and sceptre (traces of IS^), and on rev, 
Herakles standing to front, head r., with club, bow and lion's skin 
(Wt. 10*42 grammes, 160*8 grains); and an obol with the head 
of a bearded Dionysos r., and on rev, Baal as on the statei% with 
the initial letters ofTiribazus’ name and p (wt. *58 grammes, 
8*9 grains), 

A stater of somewhat barbarous workmanship, with the bearded 
head of Herakles r,, lion’s skin tied round neck,. and on rev, TEIPI 
BAZOY and the head of the satrap r., has been attributed to Issus.^ 
It may perhaps be a coin of Mallus (cf. Pi. xvii. 9). 

Issus continued to be one of the satrapal mints in the time of 
Mazaeus, who governed Cilicia from 361—333 b.c. (See above, 
pp. Ixxxiii. f.) Issus is also suggested by Babelon as the mint- 
place of the coins struck by Mazaeus in imitation of the coinage of 
the kings of Sidon, at the time when he was engaged first in reduc- 
ing (353-*350 B.c.) and then in governing (350-332 b.c.) Phoenicia 
and Syria.^ 

The countermark of a bull with the letters 1^, which is frequent 
on coins of the south coast of Asia Minor, is read and usually 
supposed to represent Issus.^ If this supposition is correct, it is 
strange that a similar type should not occur on any coins 
attributable to Issus. 

ALEXANDEIA AD ISSUM. 

Alexandria fj fit/cpd, rj mrd 'Icraov, was built by Alexander as a 


^ Invent. Wadd., 4335, pL x. 15. Wt. 9*85 grammes, 152 grains. 

2 Babelon, op. cit.^ p. xlviii. and nos, 266-276. The specimens in the British 
Museum will be catalogued under Phoenicia, to which in fabric and stj-ie they 
belong. 

® Head, Coinage of L^dia and JPersia, p. 48 ; Six, Z. f. N., vi. 84 ; Imhoof- 
Blumer, Ann, de Num<,, 1883, p. 108 ; Babelon, Fertes Ach.,, p. xxxi. ; Hill, B.M 
Catal. Lycia^ Sfc.^ p. 145, no. 15. ; 



CILICIA. 


CXXIX 


memorial of tie battle of Issns, a quarter of an hour’s journey 
landwards S,E. of the present Alexandretta [Iskendemin) , at the 
foot of M. AmauusJ 

The earliest coinage belongs to the time of Antiochus IV. of 
Syria (no. 1, Pi. y, 6)." 

To early Imperial times belongs a coin^ with a diademed head, 
which has been identified with that of Antiochus IV. of Oommagene. 
Its date is 110, which, by the era (probably 67 B.c.) of Alexandria, 
should correspond to 43/44 a.d. The date, therefore, is not unsuit- 
able ; but the resemblance of the head to otherwise known portraits 
of Antiochus is small.'^ 

The Imperial coins range from Trajan to Severus Alexander. 
Among types not catalogued here are : Kybele riding on a lion 
(Hadrian), and Athena standing (Trajan).^ 

J. — Kings of Cilicia. 

The history of the later kings of Cilicia has received much new 
light from the inscriptions copied -by Heberdey and Wilhelm^ at 
Hieropolis-Castabala, the seat of the dynasty. From these and 


^ The title scahiosa^ by which the place was sometimes known, is connected by 
Droysen {Gesch. d. JEellen.., iii., 2, p. 200) with another epithet montuosa, and must 
then refer to the nature of the site (” auf einem ziemlich steil aufragendeu Huge!,” 
Heberdey and Wilhelm, p. 19). But Benzinger (in Pauly- Wissowa, Meal- 
Mncycl.f i., p. 1396) refers it to the prevalence of leprosy. 

^ Of. Babeion, Mois de no. 651, pi. xiv. 12, with Zeus standing, holding 

wreath (.^). 

3 Eckhel, iii., p. 41 ; Mionnet, iii., p. 549, no. 61 ; Invent. Wadd., 4094, 
pi. ix. 24. 

^ Babeion, Mois de Byrie, p. ccxvi. Of. the so-called bead of Antiochus IV. at 
Aegeae (pL iv. 4). 

» Mionnet, iii., p. 549, no. 63, and Buypl. vii., p. 169, no. 86 respectively. 

® Meisen, pp. 29 f. 


cxxs 


INTRODUCTION. 


Other sources, the following stemma has been conjecturally drawn 



Strato 


Tarcondimotus I. ^CKavrddvio^ 
(made dynast in 64 b.c. by Pompeius, 
and king by Antonins ; died 31 b,c.) 


Philopator L Julia 

(deposed 30 b.c.) j 


Tarcondimotus II. 
(from 20 B.c.) 


Philopator II. 

(from 17 A.D.) (diedl7 A.B.) 

But it still remains uncertain whether the supposed Philopator II. 
is not Philopator I. restored after his brother’s death. 

Babelon has shown ^ that the coins of Tarcondimotus I. read in 
the exergue 4>IAANTnNIOY (not A^ANTflNlOY or M - AN 
TI2NIOY as formerly supposed). He took this name in honour of 
his patron, probably at the time when the latter was interfering in 
the affairs of Cilicia. 

The coins with the name of Philopator (PI, xxxix. 9) have gene- 
rally been given to the Philopator who was deposed in 30 b.c. The 
difference in style between these coins and those of Tarcondimotus 
I. points to a considerable interval of time between the two coinages, 
and it is therefore to be presumed that they belong to the reign of 
the Philopator who succeeded Tarcondimotus II. 


My indebtedness in the preparation of this volume to various 
numismatic and archaeological works is, I hope, adequately indicated 
in the footnotes ; of recent publications I should especially mention 


^ ifeZ. JSfum., i. p. 82 £,, pi. iv. 9; cf. Invent. Wadd., 4714, and p. 469. 



CILICIA. 


exxxi 


M. Babelon^s Inventaire of the Waddiugton Collection (Paris^ 1898)^ 
B-Jid the Reisen in Kilikien of Drs. Rudolf Heberdey and Adolf 
Wilhelm (Wien, 1896). A personal examination which I was 
allowed to make of the collection in the Cabinet des Medailles at 
Paris, now including the Waddington Oolleetion, has been of the 
greatest assistance. I have to thank MM. Babeion and Dieudonne 
for their courtesy shown to me on that occasion as on others, and 
Dr. Dressel for supplying me with casts of many coins in the col- 
lection under his care at Berlin. Mr. B. V. Head has given me 
constant help both during the preparation of the Catalogue and in 
the revising of the proofs ; Mr. Warwick Wroth has kindly read 
the proofs of the Introduction ; and the part relating to Lycaonia 
has had the benefit of the criticisms of Mr. J. &. 0. Anderson. 

In the compilation of the map, which has been executed by 
Mr. W. Shawe, F.R.G.S., my chief guide has been the map by 
H. Kiepert accompanying the above-mentioned work of Drs. 
Heberdey and Wilhelm. Of other sources of information 1 may 
mention the maps illustrating the journeys of J. R. S. Sterrett 
(1888, vol. iii. of the Papers of the American School) ; W. M. Ramsay 
and D. G. Hogarth (1890-1891, SuppL Papers of the Royal Geog. 
Soc., vol. iii.) ; P. Sarre {Reisen in Kleinasien, Berlin, 1896) ; and 
J. G. 0. Anderson [Journal of Hellenic Studies^ xix., 1899). 


G. F. HILL. 



KEY TO PLATE XL. 


(Coins not in the British Museum.) 


No. 

Class. 

Wt. 

Collection. 

See Page 

1. 

Hyde. 


Paris (Babelon, Invent. Wadd.^ 





4759) . . . 

XX. ■ 


Isaiira. 


Paris 

xxvii. note 5 

3. 

Aegeae. 


55 . . . . . 

cxvi. 

4. 

Iconium. 


5 , (Bsibelon, Bev. Num., 1SS7 , 





p.llO) . . . . 

xxiv. note 5 

5. 

Celeiideris 1 

171-5 

Hunter (Six, JSftmi, 1895, 





p. 203, no. 1) . . , 

xlix. note 4 

6. 

Celenderis 

168-1 

Hunter . . , . . 


7. 

Polemo II. 


Paris (Babelon, Invent. Wadd.^ 





4427; Hill, Num. Clr., 1899, 





p.187) . . . . 

liv. 

8. 

Flaviopolis. 


(In the market 1) 

evii. 

9. 

Mallas. 

172-07 

Hunter (Imhoof-Bluiner, Ann. de 





JSfmi., 1883, PI. V. 15) 

cxx. 

10. 

Hagidus. 

1537 

Paris (Babelon, Parses Acli6m.i 





p. xxxvii.) . 

xlii. 

11 

Tarsus. 

149-6 

Sir H. Weber {Nim. Clir., 1892, 





p. 207, PI. xvi. 17) . 

Ixxxi. 

12. 

Tarsus. , 

162-04 

Paris (Six, Nim. Clir., 1884, 





p. 156, no. 15) . . . 

Ixxxi. 

13. 

Tarsus. 

149-38 

The Hague (Inihoof-Blumer, 





/ jy., iii., p. 331, 1, PL 





ix. 3) . . 

xevi. note 2 

IL 

Eiaeussa. 

239-2 

Paris (Babelon, Invent. Wadd., 





4703, PL xii. 15) 

Ixix. 




LYCAONIA. 


1 




No ' Wt. , 

1 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Reverse. 


LYCAONIA in Genere. 


For coins reading AYKAONIIN, issued for Lycaonia by 
Antiochns IV. of Commagene (a.d. 38 — 72) and bis sons 
Epiphanes and Callinicns {eirc/ a. i). 72), see Wroth, Brit, 
Mus. CataL Galatia, &c., p. 108, no. 24, pL xv, 2 ; 
Eabelon, Hois de Syrie, pp. ccxv. f,, 223; Invent. Wadd,, 
4799, 4800. 





LYCAONIA. 


No 


i Metal. 

■ '.Sixe. ; : 

Obverse. 

Eoverse. 




BAEATA. 




BBOHm 




Imperial Coinage. 




Faustina Junior. 

1 


M *8 

[<|)AVCT€I] NAC€ 
BA€TH {sic) Bust of 
Faustina Jun. 1., wear- 
ing stephane. 

BAP AT€W^ K 0|.[AY] 

KA^N I AC Demeter standing 
to h, in r. ears of corn, L resting 
on sceptre. 

2 


M '85 

<I>AVCT€I NAC€B 
A6TH (s*<3) Bust of 

Faustina Jim. L, wear- 
ing stephane. [Same 
die as preceding.] 

BAPATCON KOIA YKAO 

NIA C Hike (wingless) walking 

1. with wreath in r., palm-brancli 
in 1. [PI. I. 1.] 



' 

L. Yerus. 

3 

1 ■ ' : ■■ 

M -9 

AYTO A-AYMOY 

hPOCCCB Head of 

L. Verus r., laureate. 

B APATS WKOIAYKA o 

N 1 AC Horseman (the Emperor) 
riding r., trampling on and spear- 
ing prostrate figure. 


r 


Philip Senior. 

4 


^1*2 

AV KAI M |OV*<f>IAI 
nnONCe Bust of 

Philip r., wearing ra- 
diate crown, paluda- 
inentum and cuirass. 

BAPAT€^[N] KOINONAY 
KAO Athena, helmeted, standing 
to L, holds in r. phiale, rests with 1. 
on spear, at foot of which, shield j 
before her, owl 1. [PL i. 2.] 




Otacilia Severa. 

5 


M '95 

^TAKIAIA NC6V 
HPAfsJC Bust of 

Otacilia r., wearing 
crescent behind shoul- 
ders and stephane. 

KO|NONAVKAOBAPAT€«^N 
Tyche, wearing kalathos, seated 1. 
on rock; holds in extended r. 
branch(l), in 1. cornucopiae; before 
her feet, river-god swimming 1. 

[PL 1 . 3.] [W. M. Ramsay, 1892.] 



BALIBANDUS. 


KoJ Wt. 


Obverse. 


lUiverse. 


DALISAI^DUS. 


Liiciiis Vems. 


TOK KAIC A-A AAAICANA6 OJN-KOIN 


VPH-OVH 

Bust of L. Verus r*, 
wearing radiate crown, 
paiudamentuni and ciii- 


AV KA 2eiis seated 1. on throne 
with hack, himation about lower 
limbs; in extended r., pliiale. 

[PI. I. 4.] 


Philip Senior. 

AVKMIOV4>IAinTT|AAAICANA€nNKOlN 


[ON.C€]B[A3 Bust of 
Philip Senior r., lau- 
reate, w^earing paluda- 
mentum and cuirass. 


Herakles nude, standing to front, 
head to r., r. hand resting on club, 
in 1. aj)ples; lion^s skin over 1. 
shoulder and arm. 

[Same die as Num. Zeit.^ 1884, 
p. 279, no. 119, pi. v. 17.] 

[H. P. Borreil. Brought from 
Iconiuin.i] 


* This coin was rightly attributed by Borreil {Nnmi. C7ir., 1846, 
p. 2), transferred to Laranda by Waddington (Rev. Nmn., 1883, 
pp, 56, 57), and restored to Dalisandiis by Imhoof-Blnmer (N-mri,. 
Zeit.^ 1884, p. 279, no. 119, pL v. 17) on the evidence of a coin, from 
the saiTie obv. die, in the Vienna collection. 


4 


LYCAOlSriA. 


No. Wt, 


Obverse. 


Eeverse. 


First Century B.c. 

^ *6 Head of Zeus r., laureate, |€IKON[l] Perseus, nude, stand- 

€^[N] ing to 1.; in r. 
harpe, in 1. head of Gorgon. 

[PI. I. 6.] 


Imi)erial Coinage, 

With heads of Emperors. 

Hero and Poppaea. 

JE 1 N€f>WN KAICAt»C€ nonnAIAC€BACTHKAAYA 
BACTOC Head of € IKON I6WN Poppaea seated 
Hero r., laureate. 1. on throne, in r. poppy heads(l), 

L resting on sceptre. [WhittalL] 


M 1 (N€P[UiNKAlCA^]C ([nonTTAIAC€B] ACTHKAA 
6BACTOC) YA6IKO NI€CON) 

[Pi. I. 6.] [Whittall] 

Hadrian. 

M ‘65 AAPJANOC KAIC KAAYA€IKO NICWN 

AP Bare head of Perseus, nude, standing to front, 
Hadrian 1., drapery on head r., in raised r. head of 
neck, Gorgon, in 1. harpe; chlamys 

over 1. arm. [Wigan,] 

[PI. I. 7.] 


Colonial Coinage, 

(Colonia Aelia Hadriana Augusta Iconensium.) 

(a) Without head of Emperor. 

M *55 Draped bust of bearded CONI Perseus, nude, 

Herakles r. ; behind standing to front, head to r., hold- 
shoulder, club. , ing in extended r. head of Gorgon, 

in 1. harpe ; chlamys over 1. arm : 
border of dots. [DanielL] 


ICONIUM. 


5 


ISTo. 

Wt. 

MetaL 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Reverse. 




(5) With heads of Emperors. 




Antoninus Pius. 

6 


JE -8 

ANTONINO^ 

Head of Pius r., lau- 
reate. 

COL ICO Athena standing 

to front, in r. Mke r. with wreath, 

1. resting on spear ; at her feet, to 
1, serpent, to r, shield. 

[WhittalL] 

7 


M *8 

ANTONIN VSAVG 

P 1 VS Bust of Pius r., 
laureate. 

CO LI CO Head of Athena r,, 
in crested Corinthian helmet. 

[PI. I. 8.] 




Gordian III. 

: 

8 


,iEl-45 

IMPCAESMANGOR 
DIANOS Bust of 

Gordian III. r., lau- 
reate, wearing paluda- 
mentum and cuirass. 

ICONIES lADRIACOL 

[S R] (in exergue) 

Tyche, wearing kalathos, seated 1. 
on throne (beneath which, wheel); 
in r. rudder, in 1. cornucopiae ; 
at her feet, upper part of figure 
(river-god?). 

9 


iEl*25 

(IMPCAESMANT 

GORDIANVSAVG) 

ICONI ENSICOLO 

SR (in exergue) 

Similar type, but throne has high 
back, and no river-god. [Pi. i. 9.] 

10 


^1-4 

(IMPCAESMANT 

GORDIANVS) 

COLAEL A DRICONIEN 

S R (in exergue) 

Priest, veiled, ploughing to r. 
with two humped oxen ; in back- 
ground, two military standards; 
in exergue, a small harpe ? 

[Bank Collection.] 


6 


lYCAONIA. 


No. 


iVIottil. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

lie verse. 




Tranqnillina, 

11 


CO 

SABTRANQVILLIN 

Bust of Tranquiliina 

r., wearing stephane, 
crescent at shoulder. 

€ NSIVM The three 

Graces.^ 

[Bunhury Sale II., lot 55.] 




Gallienus. 

12 


M -9 

iMPrPLicGALue 

NVrPFA Bust of 

Gallienus r., wearing 
radiate crown, paluda- 
mentum and cuirass. 

ICONI€ NCOLO 

S R (in held) 

Athena, helmeted, standing to 
front, head 1., r. hand extended, 
1. resting on spear, round which 
serpent twines; at her feet, to L, 
shield. [PI. I. 10.] 

13 


iE -9 

(same die.) 

ICONI €NCOLO 

S R (in held) 

Herakies, nude, standing to front, 
head 1. ; r. resting on club, in 1. 
lion’s skin. 

[PL I. 11.] [W. M. Eamsay.] 

14 


^ -95 

(same die.) 

(same die.) 

15 


: 

M •9 

(same die.) 

1C ONI€ NCOLO 

S R (in held) 

Perseus, nude, standing to front, 
head L, feet winged; in r., head 
i of Gorgon ; in L, harpe and 
chlamys. 

[PL I. 12.] [WhittalL] 

16 


M -95 

(same die.) 

(same die.) 




* Cp, Imhoof-Bltiroer, Mnnnatea i/recgues', p. 346, no. 116. 


tCOKIUM. 


7 


No. 

Wt. 

Metal. 

Size- 

Obverse. 

Heyerso. 

17 


M -9 

(same die.) 

ICOHI6N COI^O 

S R (in (ixergue) 

Tyche seated 1., as on no. 9. 

[Bank Collection.] 

18 


/E -95' 

IMPrPLICGALLI€ 
NVrPFA Similar 

bust r. 

ICONI€NSIVHOCO[L] (sic) 

S R (in exergue) 

Wolf to r., suckling twins. 

19 


1*2 

IMCPLI GALLIEN 
VSAV Bust of Gallie- 
nus r .5 wearing diadem, 
paludamentum and cui- 
rass. 

1 CONIENSIVMCOL 

S R (in exergue) 

Similar type. 

■ [PI. I. 13.] 


8 


LyCAOKIA. 


No. 

Wt. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Reverse. 




ILISTEA. 

M., Auielius. 

1 


M ’95 

AYTOKKAICAP M 
AYPHANTWCCB 

Bust of M. Aurelius? 
L, laureate; in field, 
to L, M and another 

1 A ! CTP€ W [N KO J N 0] N AY K A 
0[NI]AC Zeus seated to L, 

wearing himation ; in r. phiale, 

1. resting on sceptre. 


monogram. 


[Cf. Waddington, Bev. Nmi., 1883, p. 25, no. 1.] 


Lncilla. 


M *8 


AOYKIA[AA] C€B 
ACTH Bust of Luciila 
r., wearing stephane. 


IAICTP€KOIN [AYKAONI] 

AC Athena, helmeted, standing 
to front, looking 1. ; 1. rests on 
spear, r. holds phiale over altar; 
at her feet, behind, shield. 

[PL I. 14.] 


Philip Senior. 


LE 1*25 


MM 


AYKMI 0 Y<I>IAI nrr 
o[CC]6B Bust of 
Philip Senior L, wear- 
ing radiate crown and 
paludamentum. 

[Same die as coin in Paris 
ColL, and Inv. Wadd,, 
4776, described as lau- 
reate, Bev, Num,^ 1883, 
p. 52, no. 3.] 


lAICTPCWNKOIN AYKAO 
NIAC Zeus seated to 1. on throne 
with back, wearing himation ; in 
r. phiale, 1. resting on sceptre; at 
his feet, eagle L, head r. 

[PL I, 15.] 


Philip Junior. 


niAi4> 


MOIAYOIM IAICTP6UNKOIN o N AY 
{sic) A>l30n,KA0N!AC Jrlerakles, nude, stand- 
ofi ing to front, looking r. ; in L 
lion’s skin, r. resting on club. 

[PL I. le j 


Bare-headed bust 
Philip Jun. 1. 


LAEAHBA/, 


9 


No 

Wt. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Reverse. 




LA.RAND A. 




PMlip Senior. 

1 


iEl-35 

AVKMIOV4>IAI[TmT 

C€BAAPANA€ ANMHTPO 




OCC6B Bust 

KO IN 




of Philip Senior r.^ 

O 




wearing radiate crown, 

N 




paludamentum and cui- 

Herakles, nude, standing to front, 




rass (decorated with 

looking 1.; in. 1. lion’s skin,, r.. 




gorgoneion 

resting on club.. 




[PL II. L] 




Otacilia Severa*. 

2 


M -95 

MATAKfAl ANC€ 

[C€] BAA PAN A6AN 




0 V H PA N Bust of 

MH TPO 




C€B Otacilia 

Tyche, wearing turreted crown, 




Severa r., wearing ste- 

seated 1. on rock; in r. ears of 




pliaiie. 

corn, 1. resting on seat; at her 
feet, upper part of river-god 
swimnxing 1. [PL ii. 2.] 


10 


LYCAONXA. 


Ko. Wt. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 


LYSTEA. 

(Colonia lulia Felix Gemina Lystra.) 


\M 1*05 


Augustus. 

IMPE AVGVaXI COLIVL 

Head of Augustus ]., FEIGEM 
laureate; behiud, cornu- [L]VSTRA (in exergue) 
copiae. Priest, veiled, ploughing to L with 

yoke of humped oxen. 

[Pl.n.3.] 


Faustina Junior. 


CF]AVSTINA AV COLIVL [LV]STRA Tyche, 

[G]V Bust of wearing disk and horns on head, 

Faustina Junior r., veil, long chiton and peplos, 
small disk and horns (?) seated to L, head facing, on rock ; 
above head. r. hand holding ears of corn, 1. 

resting on rock ; at her feet, bust 
of river-god swimming to 1.^ 


M '85(FAVSTINA 


\ AVG (COLIVL LVSTRA) 

[PL n. 4.] 

[W. M. Eamsay, 1892.] 
Same dies as preceding. 


^ On these coins both the Empress and the Tycho appear to be 
identified with Isis. 


PARLAIS. 


11 


Ko. Wt. 


MetaL 

Size. 


Obverse. 


Eoverse. 


PAELAIS. 


Julia Domna. 


M *9 IVI^IADO MNAAVG 

I Bust of Domna 1. 


M -9 


2Ei ‘85 


IVLAVGCO I^PARLAIS 

Men, wearing Phrygian cap, 
chiton, cliiamys and high boots, 
.standing to r., 1. foot on bu- 
cranium ; in 1. pine-cone, r. rest- 
ing on spear. 


(same dies.) 
[PL II. 5.] 


[Devon.] 


(IVLIA DOMNA, 

bust r.) 


(IVLAVG. C OL*PARLAIS) 




IVLIA DOMMA 

Bust of Domna r. 


LPARUAIS Tyche 

standing to 1., in r. rudder, in 1. 
cornucopiae. [Bank Collection.] 
[PL II. 6.] 




12 


'LYCAONIA. 


No. Wt. 


Obverse. 


SAYATRA. 


Antoninns Pius. 


M -8 AVTKAIAAP ANT CAOVA TPeAN Athena, 
HNINOC Bust of wearing helmet, long chiton and 

Antoninus Pius r., lau~ peplos, standing to 1. ; with r. 

reate, wearing paluda- drops incense on thymiaterion ; 
nientum and cuirass. in 1. spear, at foot of which, shield. 

[W. M. Ramsay, 1892.] 
[PI. II. 7.] 


^M*05 AVTKAICAAP AN CAOVA TPCilN Nude male 
TANINOC Head of figure, bearded, standing to 1. ; in 

Antoninus Pius r., lau- r. two ears of corn, L rests on 

reate. long reed ; at his feet, to 1., a fish. 

[PI. 11.8.] [Wigan.] 


Ml AVTKAICAAPIAN CAOVA TP€nN Tyche, 
T0N€IN0CC€B(6*) wearing turreted crown^ long 
Similar. cliiton and peplos, seated 1. on 

chair j in r. rudder, in 1. cornu- 
copiae. [PL ii. 9.] 


ISAURIA 


No. 


Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Beverse. 




■ : : ' ^ - A 

IS AUEA. 




Caracalla. 

1 


Ml 

AVKMAV ANTANI 

NO C Bust of young 

Caracalla r., laureate, 
wearing cuirass with 
gorgoneioii. 

MH TPO nOA €nc 
'CA^vpn 

Temple with four twisted Ionic 
columns, and phiaie or shield in 
pediment; within, bearded bust 
on column .to L [Wigan.] 

2 


M 1*05 

, 

AVKM AV- ANTA 
N€INOC Similar bust. 

A\HT pon OA€ ncic 

AYPAN (in ex.) 

Similar type, but arcli over central 
intercolumniation, nothing in pedi- 
ment, and bust to r. [PI. ii. 10.] 

3 

, 

XQ 

o 

r— «< 

Same die as no. 1 . 

MHTPO no ACnCICA 

VP AN (in ex.) 

Apollo and the Emperor ; on r. 
Apollo, nude, to 1., in 1. laurel- 
branch held downwards, with his 
r. he places uncertain object in 
r. hand of Emperor, who stands 

1 to r., wearing pallid amentum and 
! cuirass, resting with 1. on spear; 
between them, hind lying to r., 
head 1.^ [Wigan.] 


■ 


^ Described by Waddington {Rev, 1883, p. 38, no. 2) as 

Hermes, bolding caducens, leaning on spear, and giving band to 
Herakles who bolds club. What be takes for the caducous is, 
however, the first O of the legend ; and comparison with no. 4 
makes it probable that the above description is correct. 


14 


ISAURIA. 


No. 

Wt 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Reverse. 

4 


iSl- 

[ 

' Same die as no. 2. 

MHTPOnO A€nc ICAVP 


M *8 


iEl-15 


IHN Similar type, but Apollo 
(who has long hair) gives a square 
object (diptych 1 ) to the Emperor; 
hind to 1.; in exergue, small altar.l 
[W. M. Ramsay, 1892.] 

[PI II. 11.] 


Geta Caesar. 


no:C€n rcTACK 

Bare-headed bust of 
Geta r., wearing cuirass. 


MHTPono AenciCAVp 

A N (in field) 
Herakles standing to front, look- 
ing r. j r. resting on club, in 1. 
lion’s skin. 


Julia Mamaea. 


lOVAIA [M]AM€A 

Bust of Julia 

Mamaea r. 


MHTPorroA€ A CICAVP 

AN Artemis standing to 1., in r. 
bow, 1. resting on sceptre. 

[PI. II. 12.] [Whittall.] 


1 Op. Sir H. Weber’s coin, Num. Chron,, 1896, p. 28, 210 , 59, 
pi. iii. 12 (from the same dies). 


CILICIA 


No. 

Wt. 

Motal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Eoverse. 



■ 

ADAJSTA 

For coins struck at Adana in the time of Antiochus lY. 
(B.G. 175~~164) reading ANTIOXEUN TUN HPOZ 
Till ZAPIli see Babelon, Bois de Syrie, pp. ci., cii. 

Circa B.c. 164 — Imperial Times. 

1 


iEl-05 

Head of Demetor ? r., 
veiled; behind, eagle L, 
head r. Countermark : 
radiate head r. 

[PL m. L] 

AAA N EjQ[ N] Zeus^ wearing 

himation over lower limbs, seated 
L, L resting on sceptre, in r, Hike; 
in field to 1. uncertain monograms, 
H and (“P 1 

2 : 


'85 

Head of Demeter r,, wear- 
ing stephane and veil ; 
behind, AP: border of 
dots., ■ ■ 

AAANEQN Similar type to 

preceding; in field L, ISI 

3 


M '8 

Head of Demeter r., 
veiled : border of dots. 

[Cf. Invent. Wa 

[A]AANEI1N Similar type to 
no. 1 ; in field 1., lA 

M 

M., no. 4042.] 

4 

i 


M -9 

I 

Head of Artemis r., wear- 
ing stephane ; bow 
behind shoulder : bor- 
der of dots. 

AAANEil[N] Similar type to 
no. 1 ; in held 1., A ? 


16 


CILICIA. 


•NT TXTX Metal. 
W*- Size. I 


Obverse. 


M *9 Head of Apollo r., iau- [A]AANE[11N3, Similar type to | 
reate^ hair in long curls: no. 1 ; back to throne ; in held L, 
border of dots. The whole in wreath. 

[PI. III. 2.] 

M *9 Same die as preceding. AAANEHN Similar to pre 

ceding, but monograms obscure. 


M ’95 Bust of Athena r.., wear- AAANEf2N Nike advancing 1. 

ing crested Corinthian in 1. palm-branch, in extended r. 
helmet and aegis : bor- wreath ; in field 1., AY 
der of dots, CAN 

€Y , : 

MAI 

[PI. in. 3.] 


M *7 Turreted head of City r. : AAANEHN Eagle standing 1. 
border of dots. on ear of corn in field L, fo 


[PI. III. 4.] 


M *85 Yeiied and turreted head AAANEflN Horse standing 1. 
of City r,; border of beneath, inscription illegible 1 
dots? 


Head of Zeus i\, laureate : AAANEXIN Hermes, nude, 
border of dots. standing to 1. ; in 1. caduceus 

and chlamys, in r. purse ? ; in 
field 1., EYMA(?) border of dots. 

F? 

NIKA 

[Pl. ni, 5.] 


*8 Similar to preceding. 


aaanehn Hermes, wearin, 
petasos, standing to 1.; in 1. 
caduceus, in extended r. uncer 
tain object; in field!., MQY? 
border of dots. 


Both forms E, £ are clear. 


Avim, 


IT 


¥o. 


Wt. 


Metal. 

Size. 


Obverse: 


Reverse. 


12 


13 


14 


15 


i 16 


JE *7 


*7 


Early Imperial Times, 

(a) Without heads of Emperors. 


Yeiled female head 
border of dots. 


AAANEilM Horse walking L 
in front, AZ ? border of dots. 


[Cf. Immit. Waddington^ no. 4045.] 


Time of Hadrian or later. 


Head of Zeus r., laureate : 
border of dots. 


AAPIANAN AAA NCAN 

Half-length figure of youthful 


river-god (Saros) to front on 
basis, looking r., 1. raised, r, sunk 
in attitude of swimming: border 
of dots. [Bunbury Sale IL, 383.] 
[PI. III. 6.] 


M 1*25 


iE *65l Head of Zeus r., laureate: 
border of dots. 


M 1*6 


AAPIANANAAANCAN 

Eagle to front, wings displayed, 
head r.; border of dots. 


[PL III. 7.] 

(6) Witli heads of Emperors. 
Julia Domna. 


lOVAIAAOMNA 
^N^ CCBACTHN 

Bust of Julia Domna 
r. (Countermark : Nike 
L, with wreath and 
palm-branch.) 


AAPIANWN AAAN€WN 

Dionysos, wearing long chiton, 
standing to front, looking r. ' 
1. rests on thyrsos, r. holds 
kantharos j at his feet, I, paiilhtii 


seated 1., looking hack. 


Plautilla. 


4>OVAOYIANnAAY 
TIAAANC€8A CT 
H N Bust of Plautilla 
r. ; in front, crescent ; 
behind, star. (Counter- 
mark : Nike 1., with 
wreath and palm- 
branch. 


AAPIA NO) N-AAAN EWNi 
The Emperor wearing toga on r. I 
standing 1., and tln^ Empress on 1. 
standing r., joining r, hands. 


18 


CILICIA. 


No. Wt. 


Obverse. 


Eeverse. 


Elagabalus. 

Ml-2 AVTKAIM AYP-AN AAP CetVANTnUCtMOVTT 

T OCC€ OAAAM€ni1 Prize vase con 

Bust of Eiagabaius r., taining paiiu-branch, and inscribed 
laureate, wearing palu- I € P : O I K 

damentum and cuirass. [PL iii, 8.] 


Maximus Caesar. 


M 1-25. [ri] OV-OVH *MAZI MEAEjlMIANAN AAANI 
MOC’KAICAP Bust (jJ N Dionysos, wearing long 
of Maximus r., bare- chiton, standing to 1. ; in 1. 


headed, wearing cuirass. 


thyrsos held transversely, in r 
oenochoe; beside him on r., circular 
bomos ; at his feet, on ]., panther r 
looking up.^ [PI. Ill, 9.] 


Gordian III. and Tranquillina. 

MVW AYTKMANTrOPAI|CAB€INTPANKYAA€INAN 


ANOCC6B Bust of 
Gordian III. r., wear- 
ing radiate crown and 
paludamentum. 


[C€B 


Bust of Tranquillina r., wearing 
stephane. 


Volusiaii. 


/E 1'05 AVTKTPA<f>rAAAO| AAP-AAAN 


COVOAOVOAOCCi 
ANOC (sic) Bust of 
Voiusian r., wearing 
radiate crown, paluda- 
nientum and cuirass. 


OfK-AlO (in ex.) 

Male figure (Hermes), wearing 
short chiton and petasos, standing 
to 1, ; in 1. winged cadiiceus, in r 
palm-branch held downwards ; in 
front of him, on four-legged table 
prize vase containing palm-branch.^ 
[PL HI. 10.] 


^ Op. Mioun., Supp. vii., p, 193, no. 184. Botli forms f\ and w 
aro clear. 

2 Op. Berl. Bl.j v., p. 22, pL Iv., no. 9 ; Invent. Waddington^ 4058, 
and a coin of Beroea in Macedon (Montagu Sale II., 173) now in the 
British Maseam. 


ADAM, 


19 


No. 

wt. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse.' 

L Keverse. 


", 


Yaleriaa 

Senior. 


■ 


Bust of Yalerian Senior 
r., laureate, wearing 
paliidameiitum and cui- 
rass. ■ 

Zeus, wearing Mniation over lower 
limbs and 1. shoulder, seated Lj 

1. resting on sceptre, r. holding 
phiale. 

21 


-aSi-2 

AVKAITTOVAIK OV 
AA€PIANOC€B(sw) 

AAPI ANCON A AAN€(ON 

[H. P. Borrell.] 

22 


iEl‘3 

AVKAinOVAJKO V 
AA€PIANOCC€B 

AAP lANCON A AANCCON 

23 


iBM5 

Similar to preceding. 

AAPIA NCONA AAN€C0N 

24 


iEl-15^ 

■j 

. i 
. -i 

AVKAinOVAIK - - 

AAPI ANWN AAAN€WN 

[Devon.] 




Gallienus. 

25 

i 


Ml 

AVlTOnA[l]K FA A 
AIHNOCC€B Bust 
of Gallienus r., wearing 
radiate crown, paluda- 
nientum and cuirass. 

A APIANW NAAANCWN 

Bemale iigur^ seated 1. on throne 
with back ; in 1. sceptre, in r. 
wreath 1 or * phiale with long 
handle ? 






20 


'CILICIA. 






No. 

Wt 

Size. I Obverse. 

1 . ' 

Eeverse. 


AEGEAN 

Second and First Centimes 13 , 0 . 

Head of City r., veiled ; Bridled horse’s head L; above and 

below, inscription ; in Held r., 
monogram or letters. 


and tiirreted : border 
of dots. 


M -8 


/E *85 


iEl 


/E *9 


M -85 


(no veil.) [AirEAiaN ^ 

(no inscription below.) 
[PI. in. 11.] 


aiteaiun 

TH ZIEPAZ 


m 


KAI 

AYTONOMOY 

[Bunbuiy Sale II., 383.] 

[PI. m. 12.] 


AITEAinN 

THZIEPAZ 


KAI 

AYTONOMOY 


[AITEAinN] 
THZIEP[AZ] 

IKAI , 

I AYTONOMOY 

[PI. m. 13.] 


AirEAlilN 

THZIEPAZ 




KAI 

AYTONOMOY 


[Payne Kniglit.] 



AEGEAB* 


21 


No. 


Metal. 

Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 


10 


li 


12 


M -8 


*8 


\JE ‘75 


/E *9 


M *6 


M *6 


M *9 


Bearded head of Herakles 
r. : border of dots. 


[AirEAlilN] 

THZIEPALS] 

KAJ 

AVTONOMOV 


[Air]€Ain[N] 

THCiePAC 

KAI 

AVTONOMOV 


Ei 


EM? 


Ai[rE]Ain[N] em 

(Inscription below obscure : border 
of dots.) 


[AIITEAIqN 

[T]HZIEPAZ 

[K]AIAZVAOV 




Club and bow in bow-case; above 
and below, inscription. 

AirEAin[N] 

THZICEPAZ] 

KAIAVTONO[MOV] 


AIFEAinN^ 
THZIEPAZ: 
[KA]IAVTONO[MOV] 

[Pl.m. 14.] 


Head of Zeus r., laureate : 
linear border. 


A I PEA III N Atbena standing to 

]., holding in r. Nike, 1. support- 
ing spear and shield ; in Held 1., 
EP [Woodhouse.] 

[PL IV. 1.] 



n 


CILICIA. 


ISTo. 


Wt. 


; Metal. 
Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


M -7 


Head of Atliena r., in 
crested Corinthian hel- 
met; long curls on 
neck : border of dots. 


Bust of Athena r., wear- 
ing crested Corinthian 
helmet : border of dots. 


M -75 


(spear over 1. shoulder.) 


AirEAlllLN] Goat standing 1. 
border of dots. 


Goat lying to r. : border of dots. 


M -65 


M -65 


M -75 


M -7 


A[irE]Ai nrN] 

AN 

[Bunburj Sale II., 383.] 

[PL IT. 2.] 


€P 
i Al 

AireAiON 

[PI. IT. 3.] 


€P 

Aire-- 

[Bunbury Sale II., 383.] 


AirEAin[N] Beneath, uncertain 
inscription. 


Head of king r., dia- 
demed : border of dots 1 


Aire " ■ Nike' advancing 1., 

A IAN Mi with wreath in 
A I palm -branch 

in 1. : border of dots. 

[PL IV. 4.] 


M *75 


Head of king? (different 
from preceding) r. 


AITE Similar type; in field 

A IAN r., AN 
T 

[Payne Knigbt.] 


AEGEAB* 


23 


’No. 

Motal. 




Bize. 

Obverse. 

Bevei’se. 

Date. 



Imim'ial Times. 




(d) Without head of Emperor. 


•:o|jsi-3 

Bust of Asklepios r., wear- 
ing taenia ; in front, 

A 1 FEAI AN Hygieia standing 1., 




wearing peplos round lower limbs 




serpent-staff : border of 

and over L arm, feeding serpent 




dots. 

from phiale in L ; in field L, un- 
certain inscription, p f-p | 





i!>H1 





BOH 




[PL IV. 5.] 




(b) With heads of Emperors, 




Claudius. 


21 

Ml 

Head of Claudius r., lau- 

Aire 

1001 



reate *?; inscription obli- 

A IAN in wreath. 

= A.D. 



terated. 

eTP(?) 

54 

,, 


■ Hadrian. 




■ ■ SILVER. ^ 


22 

/R1'05 

AYTOKPKAIX TP ETOYZnP AIFEAIAN 

180 



AIAAAPIANOZEB 

Eagle to front, wings displayed, 
head r., standing on arrow; below, 

==A.D. 



(sic) Bust of Hadrian r., 

133-34 



laureate, wearing cui- 
rass. (Wt. 201 grs.) 

goat lying r. 




[PL lY. 6.] 




Commodus. 


23 

/E 1-6 

AVTKAIMA-- KO 

KOMOAIANOJNAAPIANWN 

j 234 



MMOaOCAN Bust 

AireAiooNe toy 

=A D, 



of Cummodus r., lau- 

in ex., aAC 

187-8B 



reate, wearing paiuda- 

Busts of Sarapis on r. (L, wearing 




mentunx and cuirass. 

kalathos) and Isis on L (r., wear- 
ing disk and horns) confronted. 





[PL IV. 7.] 



24 


CILICIA. 


No 

Metal. 

'■/■■Bizev"::.'' 

Obverse. 

, Beverse. , 

Date. ■■ 



Geta. 



24 

iEl ■ 

TTG€r€TA CKAI-- 

Inscription obscure;^ within wreath, 




Bare head of Geta r. 

goat lying 1. and above it C 





[Bunbury Sale IL, 383. J 




Macrinus. 



25 

/El-2 

AVT K M-on-CeV- 

MAKPINOVnoereoNMAG 

263 



MAKPINOC Bust of 

VTTI©€ ^ Elpis advancing to L, in 

=:A.I). 



Alacriiiiis r., wearing 

r. flower^ 1. raises skirt of chiton ; 

217 



radiate crown, paluda- 

in field 1., FI and goat lying 1. 




mentum and cuirass. 

looking back, 

1'. C 




■ [PI. I 

V. 8.] 



26 

M 1-25 

Similar. 

Al 

The whole inscrip- 

264 




TEAISN 

tion in wreath, at 

r=A.I>. 




MAKPINOY 

top of whicli O, 

217-18 




TTOMCVr 

at bottom goat 





niO€0<|> 

lying 1. 





AZC 

. 1 ■ ' 





Macrinus and Diadumenianus. 



^27 

/El-15 

AVTKMOnCeVMA 

/AAKPINOV 

TTMevriTAir 

264, 



KPINOCK 

€£2 N Bust of young Dionysos*^; 

= A,D. 



O jSIfN (in ex.) 

r., thyrsos over 1. shoulder ; in 

217-18 



Busts of Macrinus on 1. 

front, bunch of grapes j behind. A ^ 




(r., radiate) and Diadu- 


Xi 




menian on r. (L, bare- 


c 




headed) confronted. 

[PL IV. 9.] 

[Devon.] 




[Same die as Mionnet, 






iii., p. 543, no, 31.] 





^ Possibly CCYHPIANCaNpAAirCWNiM 

^ I. e. MaKpivoviro{XLrwv') *Eyecav Ma(/ce5<ir&?t') Ey( 7 €j/oGs) Ilt(arT^s) 
0e(0<piAovs). 

^ Altar inscribed Aiou^o-<o KaWiKapTroo Kal A7}fj.7}TpL K[a]p7ro<3bdpa?^ 
Heberdey-Wilkeim, p, 16, no. 44. 



1I‘01AJE* 


25 


. Fo. 

Motal. 

‘ Size. 

Obverse. 

Beverse.. ' ■ 

Date. 



Biadumeniaii. 


28 

^1-2 

M*OTr€A-ANTllN€l 
NOCK A 1 Bare- 

headed bust of Dia- 
dumenian r., wearing 
paludamentum and cui- 
rass. 

M A K P 1 N O VTTO€ fCIlN M A6 

VTTl©€ Hermes, nude, standing 

to front, head L ; in r. purse, in 1. 
caduceus and chlamys ; in field L, 
rX and goat lying 1, looking back, 

r.C 

263 

=A.D. 

217 

29 

1 

^M5 

Same die as preceding. 

M A K P 1 N 0 V TT O M- € V riT 1 
[•0] Air€12N Beardless male 
head r.,. diademed; in front, AZ 

c 

Uncertain countermark. 

[PI. IV. 10.] 

264 

rsA.D.' 

217-18 



Same die as preceding,. 

Goat standing r., two torches attached 
to horns; in front, branch;, above, 

AXC 


30 

JEI 1-05 


MAKPINOVn M€V TrO(6ic) 
AirenN (in ex.) 

[PI. IV. 11.] 


31 

2E1'15 

(Same die,) 

MAKPINOYTTMCVr TTO 
AireilN (in ex.) 

>7 

32 

iEll'05 

M-OTr€A*[ANTQN 

CjlN^CK Similar 

type. Ill countermark, 
head r. 

MAKPiNov Trm6vrTr[e] 

Air6£lM (in ex.) 

[Devon.] 

” 

33 

.^M5 

MAOTrANTilNrNO' 
C — Bare-headed buvst 
of Diadumenian 
wearing paiuclamentiim 
and cuirass. In counter- 
mark, head r. 

MAKP€INOYTTM€VrTT0 
[AljrAIHN (in. ex.) 

Goat lying r. [Devon.] 




26 


mhiGu., 


m 

Metal, j 
Size. 

Obyerse. 

Eeverse. 

Date. 

34 

iEl-2 

mottanthninoc 

KAIC[AP] Bare- 

headed bust of Diadu- 
menian r., wearing 
paludamentum and cui- 
rass. 

MAKP€INO___n0 
AIFAIQN (in ex.) 

Goat lying r. ; above, A 

zc 

264 

=:A.I). 

217-18 

35 


Same die as no. 28. 

MAKPiNovu AirA\evrn 

IC War-galley r., with sail set. 




Severus Alexander, 


36 

M 1‘5 

AVTKMAVPC6VAA 

€ZA[NAP]0[C]C€B 

Bust of Severus Alex- 
ander r., laureate, wear- 
ing paludamentum and 
cuirass. 

A A PI A A€Z A NAPO VTTO _ _ _ 

(ON Bust of Athena 1 r., in crested 
Corinthian helmet; in field 1. €, 

r. OC 


37 

M *85 

AVTKMAVC€OVA 

A Bust of Severus 

Alexander r., laureate. 

MAK€Vr 

N€OKOPOV .. 

Air€_- 

Boot^l.; issuing from it, uncertain 
object ; in field 1. H ?, r. O 
[PI. V. 1.] C 




Herennia Cupressenia Etruscilla. 


38 

.El-05 

€PKVnP€ - _ _K 

IAAAC€BA Bust of 
Herennia Etruscilla r., 
wearing stepliane ; cre- 
scent at shoulder. 

AirSAIWN N€WKOPOV©€ 

'^4>IAOVC Veiled and turreted 

bust of the City r. ; in field 1. S’ > 

r. CJC 

[PI. V. 2.] 

296 

= A.I). 

249-50 


I 

1 Of. the inscription quoted on p. 27. 1 

2 Cp. Mionnet, iii., p. 544, no. 35, Pied hnmain, chansse du 

cothurne et entoure d*un serpent.” The ‘^serpent” is perhaps ai 
boot-lace ; on our coin the lace is not fastened round the boot, but 
loose in the field. i 



AliJGEAE. 


27 


Ko. 


Metal. 

Size. 


Obverse. 


Eeverse. 


Yalerian Senior. 


39 \JE 1-25 


AVK-.*- AACPIA 
NOCC6B : Bust of 
Yaierian Sen. r., lau- 
reate, wearing paluda- 
meiitiim and cuirass j 
in front, serpent-staif. 


40 zEMSlAYKAinOYAIKOYA 
A€PIANOCC€B 

Bust of Valerian Sen. 
r., wearing radiate 
crown, paludamentum 
and cuirass. 


41 


JEl'2 


AVTKnAIKOVAAe 
PIANOC Bust of 
Yalerian Sen. r., lau- 
reate, wearing paluda- 
mentiim and cuirass. 


Mr Am N NCOIN AVAPXI AOC 

The Emperor, wearing toga, hold- 
ing standard (?) in 1., standing to 1. ; 
sacrificing with pliiale in r. over 
flaming altar in front of distyle 
arched temple seen from the side. 
[PL V. 4.] [Bank GoIL] 


AITAIWNNCWN [AVA]PX 

Artemis 1 huntress, wearing short 
chiton and hunting-hoots, stand- 
ing r. ; in extended L, bow; with 
r. draws arrow from quiver behind 
her back ; at her feet, on L stag 
standing L, on r. hound r. ; in 
field 1., 6T [PL V. 5.] 


€ VAPXNAVAPX I(sm) 

Eagle standing to r., head L, 
wings half displayed. 


42 M 1 


[AV]KAnOV[AI]KO 

VAA€PIANOC€B 

(s'/c) Bust of Valerian 
Sen. r., wearing radiate 
crown. 


Air€Aia)N[Ne] a)NA[V]AP 

Tyche, wearing kalathos, standing 
to L; in r. rudder, in 1. cornu- 
copiae j at her feet on r., goat 
lying r., head L; in field 1., €T 

T 

[Devon.] 


^ Inscription on a basis mentioning dls L€pa(rd}A.[^i/ov rou] 

Aibs Kal /f[al ttJs] *A[i9^7]i/a$ ©eov IlS6/3a(T[T(jiv] K[a]t£rapo,? 

Ka\ KaraiTKcvdal^apra^ e/c roop i[b~\t(ov dpBpidvra Al\jyaias'] ApT€[jL<.t5o]y 
ahv 7rap[€]cr[T')y«:uic« i\d<pw? /c.t.A., Heberdey-Wilhelmj p. I'k nu. 39. 


Date, 


300 

' = A.i>*:'' 

253-54 


Obverse. 


Eeverse. 


Date. 


No. 


j.yx»Lai. 

Size. 


Gallienus. 


43 


JSl-05 


AKnOVAI[K]rAAAI 
HNOCC6B Bust of 
Gallienus r,, wearing 
radiate crown, paluda- 
mentum and cuirass. 


AJ... .N NCWKNAVAP 

HeraMes and Apollo, botli nude, 
standing to front, looking at eacli 
other, arms on each other’s shoul- 
ders; Herakles, on L, rests r. on 
club; Apollo, on r., rests 1. on 
chelys ; in exergue, T 
[P1.V.30 


300 

= A.D. 

263-54 



ALEXANDRIA AD ISSDM, 


29 



' Metal. , 




No. 

i 

Size. 

V ''Obverse. . 

Reverse. , : . 

Bate 




'JE *8 


M -85 
M '8 


M *75 


AXEXAl^DRIA AD- IS8UM. 
Antioclans lY. of Syria. 
175--164 B.O. 


Round Macedonian shield; 
in centre, head of An- 
tiochiis lY. i\, radiate. 


AAEZANAPE£1[N] Mke to 
h, r. extended holding (wreath f), 
1. hanging by her side. 

[Montagu Sale II., 176.] 

[PLt.6.] 


First Century b.c. 


Head of Alexander r. 
as youthful Herakles, 
wearing lion’s skin. : 
border of dots. 


Similar, 


AAEZANAPEn[N] 


Zeus, 


himation over 1. shoulder and 
lower part of body, standing 1. ; 
in extended r., wreath ; in field L, 
and another monogram. 


AAEZANAPEI2[N] Zeus, 
fully draped (1), standing to L; in 
raised r., wreath; in field 1., 
the whole in wreath. 


[PI. V. 7.] 

(Same dies as preceding.) 

Imy)eTial Times. ^ 

{a) Y'ithout head of Emperor. 


Turreted female bust (the 
City) r. : border of dots. 


[AA]EZ[AN] Tyche Standing 1; il 00^ 
APE£N ^ in r. rudder, in 
1. cornucopiae; in field L, ET 

iP 

border of dots. 

[PL V. 8.] 

^ The era is tlie Pompeian-Oilician of 67 B.c. No. 5 is of, or after, 

B3-34 A.D. It is possible that the date on this coin is XP? wMcli 
would give 40-41 A.D. (Of. Eokliel, iii., 40.) 



30 


CILICU. 


No. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Beverse. 

Date. 

6 

1 

■ i 

JE 75 

(h) With liea 

Cara 

AVTKMA[AN3 TA 
NINOCC€B Bast of 
Caracalla r., laureate. 

d of Emperor. 

caila. 

AA6SANAP €A N[KATIC 

CO] The Emperor, wearing 

military dress, standing to front, 
looking 1.; in r. phiale, in L 
spear held transversely and palu- 
damentum ; in field 1., €TB TTC 
[PL V. 9. Prom the same die as 
Mionnet, iii., p. 549, no. 64.] 

282 
= A.D. 

215-16 



AKAZAHBUS. 


31 



Matal. 




No. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

. ■ .Eeverse*. 

Bate. 


/E -85 


M *7 


Ml 


AITAZAEBUS. 

Century B.C. 


Head of Zeus r., laureate : 
border of dots. 


ANAZAPB Female figure 

(Tjche), wearing kaiathos, stand- 
ing to 1.; in r. wreath, irr 1. 
comucopiae ; in field L, ^ the 
whole in wreath* [Devon.] 
[H. V. 10.] 


Imperial Times. 

{a) Without head of Emperor. 


Veiled female bust (Per- 
sephone) r. ; in front, 
two ears of corn and 
poppy -head ^ : border of 
dots. 


KA ICAPEVnANA] 

ZAP 

[Pi. V. IL] 


Veiled female bust (Demeter) r., 
wearing polos; in front, fiaming 
torch : border of dots. 


€T BAP 


M V IKA [ICJAPYOANA 
ZAP (Same die as 
preceding.) 


[€T] rAP(1) 


(h) With heads of Emperors, 
Claudius. 


TIB€PiOCKAA[VAi] 
OCKAICAP Bare 
head of Claudius r. 


K AIC Tyche, wearing turreted 
AP€aN crowui and veil, seated 
r. on rock ; in r., ears of corn ; 
beneath her feet, river-god Pyra- 
mos(1); behind, ETOYC E 
[PL V. 12.] 

[The attribution of this coin to Anazarbus is doubtful] 

^ Of. the coin in the Hunter Oollection, Combe, pi. xiv. 4. 


132 

=A.I). 

113-141 


133 

=A.n. 

114-15 



32 


€IL1€IA. 


No. 

Metal, 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Beverse. 

Date. 

5 

.<h 

KAAYAIOC 

Laureate head of Clau- 
dius r. 

KAicApenN-- 

Veiled and turreted female bust 
(the City) r.; in front, €TOYC^ 
[PI. V. 13.] 

? 



Nero. 


6 

M -75 

Inscription obscure. Head 
of Nero r., laureate. 
Countermark: radiate 
head r. 

€TOYC iiLKAICAP] EAN 

Female figure seated h on throne, 
r. extended holding uncertain 
object ; at her feet, amphora.^ 

? 



Bomitian. 


7 

^ro5 

AYTOKAieEYlO 2 
A0MITIAN022Er 

EP Head of Bomitian r., 
laureate; behind^ star: 
fillet border. 

KAIZAPEHN rfl(3)ANASA 

PBX2 Veiled and turreted female 
bust r.; in intervals of turrets, 
stars; in front, ETOY 

IBP? 

[PL V. 14.] 

112? 

=A.D. 

93-94 

8 

op 

AYTOKAIGEYIAOM 

1 TIANOCCErEP 

Head of Domitian r., 
laureate ; beHnd, star. 

KAICAPEnsi rfl [AN]AZP 

AB^(s^c) Elpis walking L, in 

raised r. fiower, 1. raising skirt of 
chiton; infield, ETO YE 

IB P 

[PI. VI. 2. Same die as Invent, 
Wadd., 4111, pi. IX. 26.] 

112 

=A.D. 

93-94 



Bomitian and Bomitia. 


9 

M *85 

Head and titles of Bomi- 
tian ; behind head, star. 
(Same die as preceding.) 

KA 1 CAPE JIN [AOM 1 ]TIA [E] 
EBAETH Bust of Bomitia L; 

[above, star ?]. [Bank Collection.] 


10 

J]l-5 

(broken) 

AYTOKAI©E[YIOZ 
AOMIJTIANOZZ 
EfEP Head of 

Domitian. r., laureate; 
behind, star. 

[KAIZlAPEnNTfrANA ZAP 
BnAOA\[ETIAZE B AZTH 

Bust of Domitia ].; above, star; 
in field ]., ETOYZ r. jTp 

113 

= A.D. 

94-95 



[PI. ri. 1.] 

Cf. Z,/. N., xii., p. 330, pi. xiii. 11. 




^ Cf. the coin discussed by Eckliol, JD.N., iii., p. 45. 



AFAZAEB0S. 


I Mefcal. 


Obverse. 


Beverse. 


Antoninus Pius. 

AYTKTAIAA. ; KAICAPCANTANTTP.*-.- 178 

(Inscription obscure.) Veiled and turreted feuiale bust =A.i). 
Head of Pius r., radiate ; (the City) r. ; in front, HOP 159-60 
in front, uncertain letter 


M. Aurelius and L. Yerus. 

M. Aurelius and L.Verus, I KAITAN TTPO CTA ANA 
each wearing toga and ZA Fa9ade of decastyle temple, 
giving the other his r. with star in pediment ; in exergue, 
hand; M. Aurelius, on €TBTTP 
L, holds roll in 1. 

•9 ANT NOVKAIICPl. VI. 3. Same die as Mionnet, | 183 


OVHP 


•95 C€BACANT AN € 

. IN[OVKAIOVHP O] 
MONOI A ■ . (Same 
die as Mionnet, iii., 
p. 551, no. 71.) 


iii., p. 551, no. 71.] 


=:A.r>. 

163-64 


[H. R BorrelL] 


Grispiiia. 

14 M -8 [KJPIC116INA C€B ANAZAPB6 WN€TOYC0H 199 
ACTH Bust of Gris- [P] Veiled and turreted bust of ==a.d. 
pinar. City r. 1 180-81 


15 i/E 1-4 U 


Caracalla. 

AVC€OVHPOC ANAZAPBOVMHTPO TTOA' 

Bust of youthful €0aC€TBAC 

Caracalla r., laureate, KOINOBOV /• % 

wearing cuirass. AlON I 

Female figure (the Koinoboulion) 
seated 1. on chair; in 1. cornu- 
copiae, r. holding ballot (1) and 
resting on r. knee ; in front, 
amphora and tree ; in field, f 


232 

=A.n.- 

213-14 



Possibly JJ also stood in the 1, field. 



34 


CILICIA. 


Ho. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Eeverse. 

Date. 



Diadumenian. 


16 

iEl*2 

MOnANTANINOC 
AIAAOVK6NIAN 
OC-K- Bust of Diadu- 
menian r., bare-headed. 

ANAS CNA NUT PAM TPO 
TT-K-€'K- Bust of Zeus r., lau- 

reate ; in field, f B 
[PL VI. 4.] 




Elagabalus. 


17 

M *85 

AVTKMAVANTAN 
€INO__ Head of 

Elagabalus r., wearing 
radiate crown. 

ANAZMTPOAMK 
r B 

Head of Zeus r,, wearing taenia. 


18 

MI-1’1) 

AVTKMAVP ANT 
ANGINOC C€B 

Bust of Elagabalus r., 
laureate, wearing palu- 
damentum and cuirass. 

ANAZCNAOIOVMHTPOn 

The Emperor to r. on horseback, 
A 

holding spear ; in field, ; 

in exergue, traces of letters. 

1 

I 

19 


AVKMAVPANTAN 
€INOC[C€B] Bust 
of Elagabalus r., wear- 
ing crown and garments 
of demiourgos % 

AN AZ€ N AOZ M^T POUTPO 

TT; in field, AM ; in ex., €TMC 

K 

r 

B 

The Emperor, wearing toga, stand- 
ing 1., sacrificing with phiale in 
r. over lighted altar before trophy. 
[PI. VI. 5.] 

240 

=A.I>. 

221-22 

, 

20 

^1-3 

^-.ANTAN€INO«.^ 

Bust of Elagabalus r.,! 
wearing crown and gar- 
ments of demiourgos. 

AN AZAPB MHTPO HT POUA 
r B [MK 

Crown of demiourgos, within 
which AH M 1 

ovpriA 

ANTANCI 

1 NOV 

€TMC 

[PI. VI. 6.] 

[Bunhury Sale II., 383.] 



ANAZABBUS* 


35 


No. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Bevorse. 

Date. 

21 

iEl-1 

AVKMAVAN TAN 

1 € POCO 1 KO YM€ N 1 KOC 




€INOCC6 Bust of 

ANAZAPB in exergue. 




Elagabalus r., laureate, 

Prize vase on four-legged square 




wearing paludamentum 

table ; in field, A K 




and cuirass. . 

[PI. VI, 7.] M 




Elagabalus and Paula. 


22 

iEl-05 

AV TKMAANTWN 

ANAZAPBOVA\HTPOnOA6 




INOCC6 1 TTAVAAC 

Kiver-god (Pyramos) reclining 1. ; 




€ Busts of Elagabalus r., 

in r. cornucopiae, 1. holding reed 




wearing radiate crown, 

and resting on overturned vase 




paludamentum and cui- 

from which water flows ; in field 




rass, and Paula L, 

above, AM ; in ex., F B 




wearing veil and ste- 

K 




phane, confronted. 




23 


|iBr25L^^[K]OP.TTAVA A- 

C Bust of Paula 

r., wearing yeil and 
stepliane. 


24 


25 


Julia Paula. 


Ml 


lOYKOP.. TTAYAA 

I C€ B Bust of Paula r, , 
wearing veil and ste- 
pliane. 


ANAZAPBOVNHTPO TTOA 

€nc Selene, peplos flying above 
head, in chariot drawn by two 
bulls to 1. ; in field, above A M K, 
below FB ; in exergue, [€T]H 
AC [PI. VI. 8.] 


ANAZAPBOVMH TPO 

in field A, below FB 

MK 

Capricorn r. on globe. 


Julia Maesa. 


M 1-35 _ _ AIAMAICAC€BA 

CT[H] Bust of Julia 
Maesa r. 


Prize vase ; around, inscription : 

ANTANE lATTPATAT 

PCOJKOyMCN-C in outer 
circle; in inner, ANAZAPB€ 

A 

AN above and to r., M to L, 

1 ^ 

€niN€IKIAbelow. 


238 

= 1.B 

219-201 



CILICIA. 




No. 

Metal. 

Size.. 

Obverse. 

Reverse. 

Date. 




Severus Alexander. 


■ 

26 

Ml 

VC€AA€XAN 

ANAZ€NAOI.MHTP€TB 

242 




Head of Severus 

MC Tern pie in field, F B; 

= A.D. 




Alexander r.^ laureate. 

below, AM K 

223-24 





[Bank Collection.] 



27 

Ml 

AYTKMAC€ AA6Z 

[A N AZA] PBO YM HTPO€Te 

249 




ANAP OC Bust of 

M C Bridled and saddled horse 

=A.D. 




Severus Alexander r., 

r., off foreleg raised: in field above, 

230-31 




laineate, wearing palu- 

TB 





dameutum and cuirass. 

[Pi. VI. 9.] [Bank Collection.] 



28 

MV05 

AVTOKMAC€VAA€ 

ANASAPBOVMH 

■ 




IANA[P_- Bust of 

€T©A\C in ex. 





Severus Alexander r., 

Hike in biga r., holding laurel- 


.'".Si 



laureate, wearing palu- 

branch in r. ; in field above, FB 





damentum and cuirass. 

[Pi. vi. 10.] 



29 

Mil 

AVTKMAACAA€I 

ANAXimTPOTT Similar type; 


I 



ANA POC Bust of 

AMK in ex, above, F B 





Severus Alexander r., 






laureate, wearing palu- 






danxentum and cuirass. 






Julia Mamaea. 

i 

Si 

30 

\mV05 

lOVA MAMAIANCiANAZ €NAO 


m 



6B Bust of Julia 

IMPFP (sic, in ex.) 





Mamaea r. 

Parade of decastyle temple, pellet 


::i|i 




in pediment ; above, F B 


1 




[Bmiburj Sale IL, 383.] 


{ 



(Same dies as Miounet, iii., p. 553, no. 84.) 


' ; 



^ Tbe type is bo muoli obliterated that it is impossible to say 





wbetlier tbe temple contains a statue (cf. Miounet, iii., p. 553, no. 82, 


bW 



“ Simulacre de Diane dans un temple distyle ”)• 




AN1ZARB0S. 


No*: 


MetaL 

Size. 


ObverBe. 


B-everse. 


31 


JEl‘i 


32 


/El-4 


33 


Gordian III. 


il*25 


34 


Ml 


AVTKMANTWNfO 

CrOPAIANOCC€B,, 

, , Bust ' of Gordian, III. 
r.,,.,,,, wearing radiate 
crown, paludamentum 
ai:id cuirass. 


AVT-K-M-ANT-rOP 
AIANOC[C€] B:ast 
of Gordian III. r., 
w^earing radiate crown, 
paludamentum and cui- 
, rass. 


ANAZAPBO . ;V€NAO[IN] 
HTPO Artemis ■(?), wearing short 
chiton, seated L, looking r. ; r. 
drawing arrow from quiver at 
back ?, L resting on seat j in ex., 

€TAie; in field, F B 
[Same die a.s Invent. Wadd., 4151.] 


ANA2APBOV 6NAO[Z]M 

H[T]PO__ Bemaie ligiire, 
wearing kalathos, seated 1. ; r. 
hand on r. knee, 1. on rock ; in 

field !. r, r. €T 
■ ■■ B? ■ B[$] 

C 

[H. P. BorrelL] 


Philip Senior. 


AVT-K‘M-IOVA-<I>IA 

innoeceBAC 

Bust of Philip Sen, r., 
-wearing radiate crown, 
paludamentum and 
cuirass. 


ANAXAPBOVM HTPOH---- 

Female figure (the Koinoboulion) 
seated 1. ; r. band on knee holding 
uncertain object (ballot ?), in I. 
cornucopiae ; before her, vase and 
tree ; behind, nc ; in exergue, 
€A€V0€PON 
KOINOBOV [PL Ti. 11.] 


[Same dies as Mionnet, iil, p. 555, no. 91. J 


Philip Junior. 

M|OVA<!>IAHnTOCKiANAZAPBOVMHTPOn 
A I CAP Bust of Philip 
Junior r., bare-headed, 
wearin g paludamentum 
and cuirass. 


€Tr(?)iC 

Capricorn 1. on glo])e. 

[PL VI. 1 2.] 


[Same dies as Mionnet, iii., p. 555, no. 90.] 


ar 


Date. 


261 

i ■ ==Av.I)/. 

^:242.43 


262 

=:A.D. 

243-44 


263 

=A.D. 

244-45 


263 ? 

= A.D. 

244-45 



38 


CILICIA. 


No. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Reverse. 

Date. 



Trajan Decius. 


35 

Ml'i 

' 

AVT-M‘KV!TPAIA 

NOCA€KIOCCe 

Bust of Trajan Decius 
r., wearing radiate crown, 
paiudamentum and cui- 
rass. 

ANAZAPBOY€NAOIOYMH 

TPOTTO Five prize vases, 

the three in upper row contain- 
ing palm-branches; in field, 

r r 

€TI€POYOA ; in ex., ©iC 

Y 

M 

IT 

[Same die as Eckhel, Sylloge, p. 44, 
pi. V. 1 ?] 

269 

=A.r>. 

250-51 



Herennia Etruscilla. 


36 

Ml'2 

€P€NNIANeTPOY 
CKIAAA[C]€BA (sic) 
Bust of Etruscilla r., 
wearing stephane, cre- 
scent behind shoulder. 

AN AZABOVM HTPOH ^ 

(sic) Dionysos, reclining to 1., on 
panther lying r., head reverted ; 
Dionysos has r. hand on head, 
in 1. thyrsos, and looks to r. ; 

in ex., 6TI6POVOA 

vMneic 

in field, f 1 

r 

[Cf. Imhoof-Blumer, Monn, Gr,, 
p. 350, no. 15.] 

n 



Volusian. 


37 

: i 

M -8 

AVTKOVOAOCCIAN 

OC€B{s«c) Head of 

Volusian r., laureate. 

[Same die as Mionnet, 
hi., p. 556, no. 96.] 

ANASAPBOV MHTP €1 

OC (sic) Apollo, nude, standing 

to front in attitude of repose, 
head L, legs crossed ; 1. elbow 
resting on chelys, in r. laurel- 
branch downwards ; in field, 

A 

M 

K |- 

r * 

[PL VI. 13. Same die as Invent, 
Tfadd., 4164, pi. x. 2.] 

270 

=AD. 

251-52 


ANAZABBtJS. 


39 


No. 

Mofcal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Eeverse. 

Date. 

38 

JE -85 

AV[T]oVo[A]o[vq 
CCIANOCC6? Bust 
of Voiusian r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum 
and cuirass. 

ANAS A K M MHTP 
€TOC (in ex.) 

Capricorn r. on globe; in field, 

T r 

270 

=A.D. 

251-52 



Valerian 

Senior, 


39 

a^E1-3 

AVT KTT AIK OV A 
A€PIANOCC€ Bust 
of Valerian Sen. r., 
laureate, wearing palu- 
dainentuni and cuirass, 
[Same die as Mionnet, 
iii., p. 557, no. lOL] 

AVTKOVAA €PIAN OCAN 
AZAPB 

AVTFAAAI . 

HNOC 

Valerian and Gallienns seated to 
L ; in field, 

A C 

M 

K 

[Bunbury Sale II., 383.] 
[PL VI. 14. Same die as Invent. 
Fadd, 4166, pi. V. 3.] 

272 

=A.I). 

253-54 

40 

El*05 

■ ■■ ' ' 

I'.. 

Same die as preceding. 

AN AS APBOV 
€ T BOC * 

TAMK 

Dionysos reclining 1. on panther 
r., as on no. 36; in field, F p 

[Wigan.] 

[PL VI. 15. Same die as Mionnet, 
iii., p. 556, no. 98.] 

55 

j;.': ' 

41 

yEl‘05 

Same die as preceding, 
inscription nearly obli- 
terated. 

ANAZ APBOV 
€T BOC . 

A M K 

Similar type; infield, F p 

55 


40 


CJILICIA. 


No. gijie.' Obverse. 


Reverse. 


42 1'15 Same die as preceding. 


MHTPOn 

reTBocr 

ANAZAP 

BOY 

Six prize vases, the middle one 
in upper row containing palin- 
hranoh. 


=A.D. 

253-64 


43 Same die as preceding. ANAZ 


NAZ APBOVMHTPOn 

r r 

€T- B O C 
•AMKT 

Similar type. [PI. vii. 1.] 


44 M PI Same die as preceding. 


ANAZAPBMHTPO 1T0€TB 

OC Male figure ^ (gyninasiarch)j | 
hiniation over lower part of body 
and 1. shoulder, standing to 1. 
before a basin ; at his feet, an 
askos set up on end; beside the 
basin a branch ; he holds in r. 
an uncertain object; in field, 

AMK; in ex., rV[MNACI] 

rr APX[iA] 

. [PI. ¥11.2.] 


45 iE -95 AVTKOVAA€P IAN ANAZAPBOY€N AOXMFT* 
OCC€ Bust of Vale- 6TBOC Female figure, wearing 
rian r., wearing radiate veil and kalathos (Tyche of City), 


crown, paludamentum standing to L, holding prize vase 
and cuirass. in both hands ; in field, T A 

K 

r M 

[PL VII. 3,] r 

[Same dies as Mionnet, iii,, p. 556, no. 100.] 


^ Of. Imhoof-BIumer, Monn, Gr.^ p, 350, no. 17. 


ANEMUBTUM. 


j Metal, 
'j Size, 

1 



Obverse. 

Eeverse. : 

Date. 


No. 


*85 


2 iiE *9 


3 


M 1 


ANEMUEIUM.^ 

Antioclms IV. of Commagene, 

[See B. M. Catal. Galatia, Syria, p. 108, no. 19.] 

Im 2 )erial Timm, 

{a) Witliont heads of Emperors. 

Bust of Athena r., wear- 


ing crested Corinthian 
helmet and aegis : border 
of dots. 


AN[€]MOY P€WN Poseidon, 
wearing himation, standing I.; 
in r. dolphin, 1. resting on trident: 
border of dots. 


[Pi. VII. 4.] 


Turreted head of City r, 
border of dots. 


[A]NEMOYPE* Artemis, wear- 
ing long chiton, standing r. ; in 
extended 1. bow, [r. drawing arrow 
from quiver?]; at her feet, stag r., 
head 1. 

[Pi. VII. 5.] 


(b) With heads of Emperors, 
Trajan. 


TPAIANOC KAIC 

AP Head of Trajan r., 
laureate. 


AN€MOV PeWN Turreted 
female liead r. (the City). 


M. Aurelius. 


4 \m *95 YPH ANTAN 

I N Bust of M„ 

Aurelius r., laureate.. 


AN€MOY P €0dN Veiled 
and turreted female bust r. (the 
City). 

G 



42 


CILICIA. 


mo. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Reverse. 

Date. 



Macritius. 


5 


AVT K-M OTT C€ M 
AKPlNO__ Bust of 
Macrinus r., laui’eate. 

6TOVCB AN€/nOV PieWN 

Temple with four columns, arch 
over central intercolumniation ; 
within, statue of Tyche 1. with 
rudder in r., cornucopiae in 1. 

2 

= A.D. 
218 



Maximinus. 


G 

MV26 

-.-.OVHP MAHIM 
[€IN]ON Bust of 

Maximinus r,, laureate, 
■wearing paludamentum 
and cuirass. 

A N € M 0 Y P 1 €0J N Lion running 
r., head reverted; above, star in 
crescent; below, €TA 
[PI. VIL 6,] 

1 

235-36 



Philip Senior. 


7 

M 1-15 

r ' 

AVKAIMIOV <l>IAin 
TTONC€ Bust of 

Philip Senior r., lau- 
reate, wearing paluda- 
mentum and cuirass. 

€TBAN6 MOVPI€nN 

Mummy-shaped cultus figure of 
Artemis facing ; she wears polos 
and long veil ; holds in r. branch 
downwards, in 1. branch upwards; 
at her feet, on 1. stag to 1., head 
reverted, browsing on the branch; 
on r. doe to r., head reverted. 

[PI. VII. 7.] 

2 

=A.r). 

245-46 

8 

! 

JE 1*05 

AVTK IOV<I)| 

AinnON Bust of 

Philip Senior r., lau- 
reate, wearing paluda- 
mentum and cuirass. 

[AN€]M OV PI €AN 
€TB (in ex.) 

Temple with four columns (central 
intercolumniation arched) ; within, 
Tyche L, wearing kalathos, with 
rudder in r., cornucopiae in 1. 

[PL Yii. 8.] [Wigan.] 

1 ?? 

i 

1 


Trajan Decius. 


9 

t 

/EM5 

Ar€]K|ONT[P 

AIAN0N]1 Bust of 
Trajan Decius r., lau- 
reate, wearing paluda- 
mentum and cuirass. 

A N € in laurel- wreath ; at top 
M OY P 1 of which, amphora. 

6 CD N 
€ T 

A 

1 

= A.D. 

249-50 



ANEMURrUM. 


43 


No. 

M.etaL 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Reverse. 

Date. 



Yolusian. 



10 

-7 

AKroAroyo aov 

lANCM 

OVPICWN Veiled 




CCIANON Head of 

1 and turreted female bust r. (the 




Yoiusian r., radiate. 

I City). 





Yalerian Senior. 



11 

M I'l 

AVKTT0AI0VAA€ pi 

6TBAN 

eA\OYPI€W N 

2 



ANO[.] Bust of Va- 

Mummy-sbaped cultus statue of 

= A.D. 



leriaii r., laureate, wear- 

Artemis facing, liolding branches, 

254-55 



ing paiudamentum and 

with stag and doe as on no. 7. 




cuirass. 

[Same die 

as Im, Wadd.y 4181, 





PI. V. 5.] 


12 

/EM 

AVKTTAI 0VAA€PI 

€TrAN[€] MOVPI€CON 

3 



ANON Bust of Va- 

Similar to preceding, hut without 

=:A.D. 



lerian r., wearing radiate 

doe. fPl. VII. 9.1 rWitian.! 

255-56 



crown, paiudamentum 





I ■ 

and cuirass. 




13 

/EM 

Same die as preceding. 

AN€ 

in laurel-wreath, with 

,, 




MOVPI 

amphora at top. 





€IWN 






err 



14! 

M 1*05 

_ _ KTTOAI 

AN6 

Similar. 

5> 



Similar bust r. 

MOVPI 






etoN 






€Tr 

[H. P. BorreU.] 



u 


OILICIA. 


j Metal, 

Si26. 

1 

j Obverse. 

! 

Reverse. ! 

'1 

Date. 


M *65 


/E '6b' 


M -8 


M M 


AUGUSTA. 

Livia. 


Bust of Livia r. : border 
of dots. 


Capricorn r. bolding globe; above, 
Julian star; border of dots. 

AYrOYlTEA] 

NWN 


lAYfOYC 
TAN^N 
[PI. vn. 10.] 


lOYAIA ICEBAJS 
T H Bust of Livia r. 


AYfOYSTA NflN Tycbe, 
turreted, seated r, on seat ; in 
extended r. two ears of corn; 
at her feet, river-god swimming r. 
[PL VII. 11.] 


Tiberius and Livia. 


[TIBEPloSKAtZAP 
eE]oY2:EBA5:TOYY 
loZZEBAZToS 

Head of Tiberius r., 
bare. 

[PL vii. 12.] 


lOYAIA ZEBAZTH - AYfOY 

ZTAN flN • Head of Livia r. 
[Buiibury Sale II., 384.] 


Hero. 


^1*05 


Ml 


Head of Hero r., laureate. 

NEPQN [KAI]ZAP 


[NEP]nN KAIZAP 

Same die as preceding. 


Bust of youthful Dionysos r,, thyrsos 
over L shoulder; behind, kantharos. 

AYrOYSTANllNETOYC 
HM 13.] 


AYrOYZT [ A N n] N • ETO YC 

H M [Bunbury Sale II,, 384.] 


48 

=A.D. 

67-68 



AUGUSTA. 


45 


Ho. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obvei'se. 

Eeverse, 



Domitian. 

7 

M 1-05, 

AOA\[€]TIANOC 
KAJCAP Head of 

Domitian r., laureate. 

ayfoyctanun etoyc 

ZA Bust of youthftii Diouj^sos* 
r., w’-reathed with ivy, tiiyrsos 
over L shoulder. 



. ■ 

Trajan. 

8 

; 

JE 1-05 

AYTOKPKAINEPT 

PAIANOSZEFEAA 

Head of Trajan r., 
laureate : fillet border. 

E TOY[2:c?sn] AYroYZTA 

NsiN Bust of youthful .Dionysos 

r., wreathed with ivy, thyrsos 
over 1. shoulder; behind, kan- 
tharos. 

[Cf. Invent. Wadclington, 4187, 
4188, and J. E. S., 1898, p. 162, 
no, 5.] 



M. Aurelius Caesar. 

9 

JEl-05 

AYPHOYHPO NK 
A 1C A PA Head of 

M. Aurelius r., bare, 
sliglitly bearded. 

exOYC^^AP 

AVrOVCTAN^[N] 

Tyche, wearing turreted crown • 
and veil, seated r, on seat decorated 
with forepart of (winged'?) lion, 
and with star; she holds in r. 
ears of corn and poppy ; beneath 
her feet, river-god crowned with 
sedge swimming to r. 

[Pi. vin. 1.] 



Caracalla. 

10 

^ 1-26 

AVKAIMAV PANT 
X2N€INOCCeB Bust 
of Caracalla r., wearing 
radiate crown, paluda- 
mentum and cuirass. 

€TOYCH[Tr]P AVrOVCTAN 

X2N Artemis advancing to r., 

wears short chiton, chlauiys and 
hunting boots; in L bow, r. draws 
arrow from quiver behind shoulder. 

[Devon.] 


Date. 


61 

=.A,D.. 

80-81 


[86 

=A.D, 

105- 

106] 


136 

=A.D. 

155-56 


188 

=A.D. 


46 


CILICIA. 


1^0. 

Metal. 

Size, 

Obverse. 

EeversG. 

■■ ■ . 

Date. 



Maximinus. 


11 

^1-3 

AVTKr[. .]IOVAOV 

AVrOV C T ANXIN 




H A\AHI/v\€INCOC] 

Herakles, nude, standing to front, 




C€B Bust of Maxi- 

looking L; in r. club, resting on 




minus r., laureate, wear- 

sboulder; in 1. apple, on 1. arm 




ing paludamentum and 

lion’s skin ; in field 1., €T 




cuirass. 

iT 





i 




Trebonianus Gallus. 


12 

^1*2 

AVTKrOVT PITA A 

AVrOVCT ANO NCT 

233 



AOCC€B Bust of 

r AC (in ex.) 

= A.I). 



Trebonianus Gallus r., 

Tycbe of City seated 1. on rock ; 

252-53 



wearing radiate crown, 

r. hand raised, 1. resting on seat; 




jxaludamentum and cui- 

at her feet, river-god swimming 1. ; 

' 



rass. 

before her, female figure r., r. 
hand raised. [PI. viii. 2.] 


13 

iEl*2 

Same die as preceding. 

Avr OV CTA NON 

Jf 



€TrAC (in ex.) 

The Emperor, in galloping quad- 
riga to front, looking 1. ; r. raised, 
1. holding standard. 





Yolusian. 


14 

^1*2 

AVTKrOVOAOVCC 

AVr OVCTANAN 




IANOCC6B Bust of 

CTFAC (in ex.) 




Yolusian r., wearing 

Nike, in galloping biga, to 1. ; in r. 




radiate crown, paluda- 
mentum and cuirass. 

wreath, in 1. reins. 




Yalerian Senior. 


15 

/EM5 

AVKAITTOVAIKOV 

AVrOVCTAN OJNCAAC 

234 



AA€PIANOC€B(sfo) 

Athena standing to 1.; r. resting 

=:A.1). 



Bust of Yalerian r., 
wearing radiate crown 

on shield, 1. on spear. 

[Wigan.] 

253-54 



cuirass. 


■; 


[Pl.vm.3.] 1 



AUGUSTA. 


47 


No. 

Motal. 

Size, 

Obverse. 

■ ■ Eevoi'se. 

j Date. 



C A E A L L I A. 




Faustina Junior. 


1 

/E -9 

[<i>AYCT]6llslA C€ 

BACTH Bust of 

Faustina J unior r. 

KAfAAAl ATAN Aphro- 

dite, nude to waist, standing to 
front, head 1. ; both hands raised 
holding her hair. [PL viii. 4.] 




Caracalla, 

. , ,■ . ■ . ■ , ■ . ■ : ■ . ■ . ■ :,■■■■ 


2 

rE -9 

AKMAVP ANTAN 

€INO Bust of Cara- 

calla r., laureate, wear- 
ing paiudamentum and 
cuirass. 

KAPAAAI A TAN Selene, 
wearing long cliiton, crescent at 
shoulders, standing to r., holding 
long torch transversely in both 
hands. [PL vm. 5.] 




Orbiana. 


3 

-^1*25 

rNC€€PC[A]? B 
A OPBIANHNC Bust 
of Oi'biana r. 

KAPAA A 1 ATAN 

Youthful male figure, ^ nude, 
standing to L; r. hand raised, 





1. holding, 
clilamjs. 


spear or staff and 
[PL viii. 6.] 


Maximinus. 


AV OVH MA 

II/n€[f]NOC Bust 
of Maximiniis r., lau- 
reate, wearing paluda- 
mentum and cuirass. 


KAP A [A AIjn 

MAT (in exergue)^ 

Distyle temple, with small figures 
as acroteria j within, Tyche (wear- 
ing turreted crown 1) seated to L 
on rock ; in r. ears of corn, 1. rest- 
ing on seat. [PL vm. 7.] 


^ Cf. Invent Wadd.^ 4722, of Maximus, Perseus with harpe in 
similar attitude, 

2 The bracketed letters are apparently JS| rather than A Al; 
hut typo and fabric arc suitable to Cilicia, whore no na.me such as 
Kdpayi/a is recorded. 


48 


CILICIA. 


No. 

■-■'Bizo. ■: 

Obverse. 

Reverse. 

Date. 

5 

/E -76 

[AKfloov] HMAEZ 

IM ] Bust of 

Maximinns r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum 
and cuirass. 

[Same die as Mionnet, 
iii., p. 531, no. 4.] 

KAPA[A] AIATAN 

Demeter (?) standing to 1., I. rest- 
ing on long torch. 




PMlip Senior. 


6 

/El'15 

[<l>l]AnTTTON 

C Bust of Philip 

Senior r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum 
and cuirass. 

[K]APAA AIATAN Athena, 
helmeted, standing to 1. ; r. rest- 
ing on shield, 1. on spear. 


7 

/El-45 

AVT-KA\10VA<I>IA 
innOC-AVr SimOar 
bust r. 

KAPA A A lilTUN 

Tjehe standing to 1., wearing 
kalathos; in 1. comucopiae, in r. 
statuette (of Demeter ?) veiled, 
with phiale in r., long torch in 1.) 
[PL Yiii. 8.] 




Valerian Senior. 


8 

/El-3 

AVKAI-TTAIK * OV 
AA€PIANON €V* 

Bust of V'aierian Sen. 
r., laureate, wearing 
paludamentum and cui- 
rass ; in front, H 

KAPA A AIATAN 

Athena, helmeted, standing to 
front, looking 1. ; in r. Mke, 1. 
rests on shield, beside which, 
spear. [PI. viii. 9.] 




Salonina, 


9 , 

iBl-3 

KOPNHAIA CAAA 
NIN A C6 Bust 
of Salonina r., wearing 
stepbane; in front, |A 

KA PAAAI ATAN 

Tyche, wearing kalathos, standing 
to L; in r. rudder, in L cornu- 
copiae. 



CASAB, 


49 


Ko 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Eeverse. 




CAS AE. 




Gordian III. 


1 

CO 

AY* KM- A NT- TOP 
AIANO CC€B- 

Bust of Gordian III. 
r., laureate, wearing 
paludamentum and cui- 
rass. 

KACA TAN Athena, hel- 

meted, seated L ; in r. phiale, 1. 
resting on spear. [PL vni. 10.] 
[Bunhurj Sale II., 359.] 


2 

iEl-25 

(AY TKMANTr O 
PAIANOCCC) 

Same die as preceding.. 




Philip Senior. 


3 

iE ‘9 

AV-K-M-IOVA- <l>l» 

Bust of Philip 

Senior r., laureate, wear- 
ing paludamentum and 
cuirass. 

KA CA TAN Athena, hel- 
meted, standing to 1. ; in r. phiale, 
L resting on spear, at foot of 
which, shield. [PL viii. 11.] 




Trajan Decius. 

1 

4 


AVT KAI rm€COK 
VTPAIAN'ACKIOC 

C€B Bust of Trajan 
Becius r., laureate^ 
wearing paludamentum 
and cuirass. 

KA CA TAN Athena, hel- 
meted,- seated 1. ; iu r- phiale, 1. 
resting on spear. 



E 





50 


CILICIA* 


Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

I'.: . . • 

Eeverse. j 

Date. 


M M5 AVTKAinOAIOVAA 
€PIAN 0NC€BA 

Bust of Valerian Sen, 
r., laureate, wearing 
paludamentiim and cui- 
rass; in front, I A 


MV2 


Valerian Senior. 

KACA 


Same die as preceding. 


standing 


tan Herakles, nude, 
to front, looking r.; 
r. rests on club, 1. holds apples; 
over 1. arm, lion's skin. 

[Pi. VIII. 12.] 


KACA T 

ing to 1. ; 
cornucopiae, 


AN 

in r. 


Tyche stand- 
rudder, in 1. 



CBLENDBRIS. 


Si 


Wo. W't. 


Metal. ■ 
Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 


CELENDEEIS. 

Sixth Century B.C. 

[Not certainly of Celenderis.] 

Aeginetic Standard. 

B racEm., ^ 


9 3 • 3 .E. -35 G oat kn eeling r. ; border 
of dots. 


Biide inciisc square. 

[E. Payne Knight,] 

[PL VIII. 13.] 


Early Fifth Century B.C. 
[Not certainly of Celenderis.] 


Aeginetio Standard. 


Drachms. 


Goat springing r, : border 
of dots. 


92-8 *7 


84 '4 Al *0 i 


Incuse square, quartered, 

[Woodhouse.] 


[Pi, VIII. 14.] 
[From Sjra.] 


[H. P. Burrell.] 


92 


M -7 


Goat kneeling r.: border 
of dots. 


[PL vin, 15.] 

13388 


Incuse square, quartered. 

[Montagu Sale I., GL?.] 



52 


CILICIA. 


No. 

Wt. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

, Reverse. 




€ire, 450- 

—400 B.c. 



5 16G 


IG6 


10 


165‘5 


167 


165*2 


163*2 


■‘R *85; 


M *9 


M *9 


M '75| 


Persic Standard. 
Staters. ; 


Rude rider, with whip in 
L, riding sideways on 
horse to L; with r. he 
holds bridle on near side 
of horse ; plain exergual 
line, border of dots. 


Goat kneeling L, head reverted: 
the whole in incuse circle. 


[PL IX. L] 


[Payne Ivniglit] 


The goat kneels on double exergual 
line with hatched markings. In 


In held L, A; in exergue, 

KEA; exergual line 

dotted. I field, above, astragalos.^ 

[PL IX. 2. Same dies as Combe, Mus, Hunter.^ pL 10, no. 14.] 


In exergue, KEA; ex- 1 Same die as preceding. 

erguai line dotted. 

[Pi. IX. 3, Same dies as Mionnet, hi., 568, 154,] 


Al *8 


/R *85, 


In exergue, KEA; ex- 
ergual line dotted. 


Above the goat, ivy-spray } exergue 
marked by row of dots between 
two lines. [Payne Knight.] 
[PI. IX. 4.] 


In field below horse, P ; 
exergue not on flan. 


In field below horse, A : 
exergual line dotted. 


Above goat, KEA and ivy-spray 
and berries; exergue marked by 
plain line. 


Above goat, [KJEAEN and ivy- 
spray ; exergual line clotted. 


[PI. IX. 5.] 


^ A tetrobol with this symbol is publisiied by Imhoof-Biumor, 
Gr. Miinz., p. 706, no. 552. 



CELENDERIS. 





Wt. 

Metal. 

:':Size, 

■ ' ■ ■ . ■ , ■ ■ . ■ ■ ■ , 

■ ■ ' Obverse.;, ■ 

Eeverae.' ■, 

11 1 

16'4*5' 

-85 

In field 

n ■ A ; 

dotted. 

below horse, 
exergiial line 

: Above goat, [K] EAEN ; in exergue, 
A ; exergual iiiie dotted. 

[Bunbury Sale II., 37 L] 


12: 


.55 


M *55 


13 


14 


15 


16 


12-5 


10-6 


lO'l 


S-6 


[PL IX, 6.] 


T etrobol2 


R *4 


JSTude rider, witli whip in 
1., riding sideways on 
horse to L; with r. he 
holds bridle on near 
side of horse ; in field, 
in front of horse, 
pellet in circle below, 
dolphin L: border of 
dots (?) 


Goat kneeling L, head reverted; 
above, traces of uncertain letter 
(8?) : the whole in incuse circle. 


[PL IX. 7.] 


Ob ols. 


Gorgoneion. 


.dl *35! Similar. 


R -35 


M 


I Forepart of Pegasos r., with curved 
1 wing, in dotted incuse square. 

[PL IX. 8.] 


Similar type 1. 


Head of Athena 1. in 
crested Athenian hel- 
met, on which uncer- 
tain ornament. 

[PL IX. 9.] 


Forepart of Pegasos L, with curved 
wing, in incuse square. 


■3 iGorgoneion, 


|K3 A? Astragalos: the whole in 
incuse circle. 

[PL IX. 10,] 


^ This tetrobol belongs to the same issue as a stater (Combe, Mus. 
Hunter.^ pi. 16, 13) with the same symbol on the obverse (but without 
the pellet), and on the reverse the same letter (apparently 3 B). 

- Perhaps a circular shield. 



54 


CrLICIA. 


No. Wt. 


Metal. 

Size. 


Obyorse. 


Eeverse. 


t i/ 


18 


163-6 M -8 


19 


20 


165*6 


JR -8 


161 


158*8 


Satrapal Coins. 

{Latter half of Fifth Centiinj b.c.) 
[li^ot certainly of Celenderis.] 

Persic Standard. 
Staters, 


XSfXK. Goat (beardless) 
kneeling L, head re- 
verted: border of dots. 


Owl standing facing, wings open ; 
in field, on either side of head, 
uncertain marks: the whole in 
incuse square with rounded angles. 
[Pl.ix.il.] 


Winged goat kneeling 1., 
head reverted ; the 
wings are curved, one 
upwards, the other 
downwards; on crupper, 
bird to L, wings open, 
pecking goafs back : 
Wder of dots. 


Owl standing facing, wings open ; 
in field, on either side of head, £ : 
the whole in incuse square with 
rounded angles. 


[PI. IX. 12.] 

Fourth Century n.c. and later, 

Persic Standard, 

(1) Earlier style. 
Staters. 


Nude rider, with whip in 
r., riding sideways on 
horse to r. ; with 1. he 
holds bridle on near 
side of horse; border 
of dots. 


Goat kneeling, on dotted exergual 
line, head reverted : traces of 
incuse circle. In field, inscription. 


M *75 Border not visible. | KEAE Type r. 
j [PL IX. 13.] 


M -8 


IKEAEN Typer. 
[PL IX. 14.] 


GELE3?BEEIS* 


55 


Ho. 

Wt. 

Metal. 
Size. 1 

. 1 

Obverse. 

Beverso. 


31 


165*3 


33 , 155*2 


M *85 


/II -9 


Exergue marked by dots. [KE]AEN Type r.; in exergue, T 
I Countermark: bull L, 

[PL IX. 15. Same dies as Mioiinet III., p. 569, no. 157.] 


In Held, below, T 


23 


24 


25 


26 


37 


KEAEN Type r.; in Held, above 
goat, @ 

[PL IX. 16.] 


lGI-3 M *9 


161*1 /R -85 


161-3 'M -9 


Exergue marked by line. 


159-5 


165 


KE AEN Typer. 

[R. Payne Knight.] 

[PI. X. 1.] 


I KEAEN Type r. ; below, olive- 
spray. [Ivanoff Sale, 503.] 
[PI. X. 2.] 


|KEA Type I. 

[Montagu Sale II., 294.] 

[PL X. 3.] 


yll -85 


yR -85 


Exergue marked by dots. 


KEA Type!.; in field I., P 

[Bimbury Sale II., 374.] 

[PI. X. 4.] 


IKEAE Typer. 
[PI. X. 6.] 


^ This countermark is from the same die as one on a coin of Side 
(Catal. Lycia, &c., p. 145, no. 15, pL xxvi. 7). It represents Issus ; 
see Head, Coinage of Lydia and Persia^ p. 48 j Babelou, Les Parses 
Ach.f p. xxxi. 


56 


CILICIA. 


f li 


3sro, 


Wt. 


Metal. 

Size. 


Obverse. 


Severse. 


33 


O b 0 1 s. 


Forepart of Pegasos r., 
curved wing: border of 
dots. 


12*7 

11-6 

12*7 

11 

12*2 


M -4 
M -35 

M -35 

\M -35 
M -35 


(Type I.) 


Goat kneeling r. on exergiial line, 
head reverted; traces of incuse 
circle. 

KEA 


6*8 


M *3 


34 


152*2 


M *95 


35 


154*6 


M ‘95 


I Same die as preceding. 
[PI. X. 6.] 

KE A 

[PI. X. 7.] 


Similar to preceding. 


KE 


KE Forepart of goat kneeling to 
L, head reverted ; traces of incuse 
circle. 


Hemiobol. 


Forepart of Pegasos r., 
curved wing : border 
of dots. 


>1 


Goat kneeling r. on one 
3 knee on dotted exergiial 
line, head reverted; in exergue, 
A ; traces of incuse circle. 

[PL X, 8.] 


(2) Later style. 
Staters. 


¥ude rider, with whip in 
r., riding sideways on 
horse to r. ; with 1. he 
holds bridle on near 
side of horse : border 
of dots. 

[Pl.x 


KEAE[N] Goat kneeling r. on 
dotted exergual line, head reverted ; 

border of dots. 


die as preceding. 


9.] 

Same die as preceding. 
Exergue off the flan.) 


(KEAEN 


CELESDERIS. 


V/i ‘ 




57 


Ko. 

,.Wt. 

]\reto,L 

. Obvorso.. 

Korerse. 




0 b 0 1 s. 




Horse prancing r, : border 

KE Goat kneeling L on exergiiai 




oi dots*..' . . 

line, head reverted. 

36 

10*7 

M -4 


[Montagu Sale I,, 643.] 




[PI. X 

.10.] 

37 

11-1 

M ‘45 


(Ko exergual line, traces of incuse 





circle.) 




[PL X. 11.] 

38 

9*3 

.“R ‘ 4 






BRONZE. 




Second Century B.c. 

39 


M *5 

Gorgon eion with stream- 

KE Goat kneeling r., head re- 




ing liair. 

verted ; border of dots. 





[H. P. Borrell.] 




[PI. X. 12..] 



' 

First Century b.c. 




and Early Imjperial Times, 




Veiled and t'urreted female 

Apollo, nude, standing to L; in r. 




bust (the City) r. ; 

laurel-branch, 1. elbow on column 




behind, letters' : border 

surmounted by tripod j in field r,, 




of dots. 

inscription. 

40 


JE -gS 

IZ Bust interrupts 

KEAENAEPIT.. Infield!., AE 




border. 





[PI. X 

13.] 





T(ON 

41 


M -85 

O Bust interrupts 

KEAENAEP[I] In field 1., M 




border. 

AS 




Same dies as Mionnet, 

iii., p. 569, no. 161. 




m 

Bi 


' v'A .-i /::; 


58 


CILICIA. 


No. 

Wt. 

Metal* 

Size. 

Obverse* 

Eeverse. 

42 


M -85 

A2 Head instead of 
bust. 

KEAENAEPirnCN] In field 
I, >r 

43 


-76 

Letters obscure; head 
instead of bust. 

KEAENAEPIT . . In field L, C 

A 

[N] 




Antiochus lY. of Commagene. 




A.D. 38—72. 




[For coin of Celenderis 
see Wroth, B. M. Catal. 

with the head of Antiochus lY., 
Galatia^ &c,, p. 108, no. 20.] 

. ■ 



Imperial Coinage. 




Maximinus. 

44 


m -95 

AYKnOYH MAXI 

Ml NON Bust of Maxi- 
minus r., laureate, wear- 
ing paludameiitum and 
cuirass. 

K€A€N A€P€ITa}N Bust 

of Athena r., wearing aegis0 and 
crested Corinthian helmet. 

45 


M *9 

'v ’:■■■ 

Similar* 

K€A € N A€ PIT ON 

Demeter r. in car drawn by two 
winged serpents ; in each hand 
flaming torch, peplos flying behind 
her. [PL x. 14.] 




Otacilia Severa. | 

46 


.^1 

ATAKIAIA C €OV 

H P AC€ Bust of Ota- 
cilia Severa r., wearing 
stephane. 

K€A €NA€PITnN Bust of 
Athena r., wearing aegis and 
crested Corinthian helmet. 

[PL X. 15.] 


CSLENDEBIS. 


m 


No. 

wt. 

■Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

ileverse. 




'■■'■' ■ ■■^■/■■"' ■/■■"I 

Trajan Decius. | 




AVKAIHVAeHHrON 

HCA €NA €[PI]TWN 




TPA€IAN0N (s*c) 

Poseidon, nude, standing to front, 



- 

Bust of Trajan Becius 

looking 1. ; in r. dolphin, 1. rests 




r., laureate, wearing 

on trid^ent j at his feet, L, lighted 




pal iidainen turn and cui- 

altar. 




rass. 


47 


MM. 

[PI. 3 

c. 17.] 

'48"' 


iEl-05 


(K€A €NA [€P]lT0aN) 




Same dies as preceding. 




Herennia Etruscilla. 

49 



€PeNNIA CTPOYC 

K€A €MA € PIT«JM 



1 

KIAAA Bust of 

Tyche, wearing kalathos, standing 



. 

Herennia Etruscilla r., 

to 1. ; in r. rudder, in 1. cornu- 




wearing stephane; ere- 

copiae. 




scent behind shoulders. 



60 


ftxmoiA. 


No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 

Size. 


Obverse. 


Eeverse. 


C E S T E XJ S. 


Faustina Junior. 


M -8 


4>AVC TeiNACCBA 

CT Bust of Faustina 
Junior r. 


K€CT P [H]NWN ^ 

wearing kalathos, standing to 1. .; 
in r, rudder, in 1. eomueopiae. 
[Pl.x. 16.] 

Same dies as E. / JV., xvii. (1890), pL ii 5. 


OLAUDIOPOLIS (Mut). 


Hadrian. 


M '95 


AYTKAITP[A]AAP 
IAN0CC6B Head of 
Hadrian r., laureate. 


KAAY AIOTTOAITOO Tyehe 

standing 1., wearing kalathos, and 
holding in r. rudder, in h cornu- 
copiae, [W. M, Kamsay, 1892.] 
[PL X. 18.] 

Purchased at Laranda. 



COLYBRASSUS, 



Metal. 

Size. 


Eevorse. 


M. Aurelius, 


ANT[WN]IN 

OC Bust of M. Aureiius 
1 laureate, wearing palu- 
damentum and cuirass. 


KOAV BPACC€WN Atliena, 
wearing crested Corinthian helmet, 
standing 1., r. resting on spear ; 
behind her, olive-tree. 

[PL XI. L] 


ANTAN€-.- 

Bust of M. Aurelius r. 
laureate. 


KOAYB P ACC6 . . Female 
figure (Athena ?) standing to L ; 
in r. phiale, in 1. sceptre or sj)ear 
held transversely. 


KOA[VBP] ACCeWN Ilygieia 
standing r., feeding serpent from 
phiale in 1. ["VVig^in.] 


AVKAIC ANTOJN I 

Head of M, Aurelius L, 
laureate. 

[PL XL 


Severus Alexander, 


VT-K AV C€-AA€ KOAVB PACCCAN Tyche, 
.ANA PO Bust of wearing kalatlios, standing to L; 
Severus Alexander r., in r. rudder, in L corniicopiae. 
laureate, draped. 


Orbiana. 


^ The name which is quite clear and does not scorn to be due 

to an error, is otherwise unknown among the names of this Empress. 


62 


CILICIA. 




Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

... ^ 

Eeverse. 



, 

Maxmiinm 

6 


/ETS 

AY K-nO-OYH MA 

KOAYB P ACCenN Zeus, 




ilMeiNOC Bust of 

wearing himation about lower 




MaxiiniBus r., laureate, 

limbs, seated r. ; r. resting on 



' 

wearing paludamentum 

sceptre, L extended towards eagle 




and cuirass. 

at bis feet. 


' 


Gordian III. 

7- 


JEi *65 

ANT rOPAIA 

N 0 _ Bust of Gordian 

KOAVBP ACCCAN Hermes, 
nude, walking 1. ; in r. purse, in 
1. caduceus and clilamys. 




III. r., laureate, wear- 
ing paludamentum and 




cuirass. 





Tranquillina. 

8 


M -9 

CABTPANK YAA€ 

KOAVBPA CCCAN Tyche, 




INA[Cq Bust of 

wearing kalatbos, standing l.j in 




Tranquillina r., wear- 
ing stephane. 

r. rudder, in 1. cornucopiae. 




Trajan Decius. 

9 


^1*2 

AVT KAICrMCCC 

KOAVBP ACCCAN Zeus, 




KV TPAIANA€K_- 

wearing iiimatioii abont lower 




Bust of Deems r._, lau- 
reate, wearing paluda- 

limbs, seated 1. ; 1. resting on 

sceptre, r. extended [towards eagle 




mentum and cuirass. 

at his feet]. 




Yalerian 

Senior, 

10 


ki*2 ■ 

AVTKAITTOAIKOV KOAVBP ACCeON 




AA€PIANONCe 

Hepbaistos, wearing pointed cap 




Bust of Yalerian Senior 

and exomis, seated r, on rock; with 


1 ' ' ' 


r., laureate, wearing 
paludamentum and cui- 
rass ; in front, | A 

1. bolds shield resting on 1. knee, 
in r. hammer resting on rock. 

[PL XI. 4.] 




[Same die as Mionnet, 




iii., p. 571, no. 169, 
wliich is double-struck.] 



COLYBEASSUS. 


63 


No. wt. 


Metal. 

Size. 


Obverse; 


Kevoi’se. 


11 


12 


13 


14 


iEl’2 


M *9 


M 1*15 


Same die as precedizig. 


KOAYB P A CC€AN 

Athena on L and Tyclie on n, 
confronted; Athena stands n, 
wearing crested Corinthian helmet, 
and resting (with both hands t) on 
spear; Tjche stands 1., wearing 
kalathos, in r, riidder(?), in 1. 
cornucopiae. [PL xi. 5.] 


Salonina. 


kopnhaia caaa 

NINAC € B Bust 
of Salonina r., wearing 
stephane ; in front, F 


KOAVBPA C C€AN Hermes, 
nude, standing to front, looking 
1. ; ill r, purse, in L caduceus and 
chlamys. [Pi. xi. 0.] 


^ 1*3 


Cornelius Yalerianus. 

TTOVAI K KO POVAA! KOAVBPA CC€AN Athena, 

wearing crested Corinthian helmet, 
standing to front, looking 1. ; in 
r. phiale, L resting on spear^ at 
foot of which, shield. 

[Buiibury^Sale.II,, ■384.J' 


€PIANONKAiC€B 
Bust of Cornelius Ya- 
lerianus r., bare-headed, 
wearing palud amentum 
and cuirass ; in front, 
I A ; below, 
front, head 
displayed. 

[Same die as Mionnet, 
iii., p. 571, no. 170.] 


eagle 


to 


r., wings 


[PL XI. 7.] 


Same die as preceding. i[KOAV]B P A CC€AN 

Temple with four columns, three 
steps leading up to it, eagle with 
wings displayed in pediment ; 
within, Zens standing to L, in r. 
thunderbolt, 1. resting on sceptre. 
[Same dies as Mionnet, iii., p. 571, no. 170.] 


64 


CILICIA. 


No. 

Wt, 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Eeverse. 




COEACESIFM. 




Caracalla. 

I 


iEM 

iKA M AYPHA- AN 
TflNeiNoC Bust of 
young Caracalla r., bare- 
headed, wearing paluda- 
mentum and cuirass. 

KOPAKHC in XnN 

Goddess r. on horseback, w^earing 
long mantle ; in front, altar. 

[PL XL 8.] 


1 


Maximus. 

2 


iEl-3 

rrjrOYA OYHPOC 

Ma5:imo[ck] aic 

AP Bust of Sfaxiruus 
r., bare-headed, wearing 
paliidamentum and cui- 
rass. 

KOPAKHC inXnCN] Male 
figure (Zeusi), drapery over 1. 
shoulder and round waist, stand- 
ing 1. ; in r. phiale, 1. resting on 
spear or sceptre. 

[H. P. BorrelL] 


1 




COROPISSXTS. 65 


No. 

Wt. 

Metal. 

Siiic. 

Obverse. 

Reverse. 




GOEOPISSUS. 




Hadrian. 

1 


M -75 

A^PIANOC KAtC 

KO porn CC - - Male head r., 




AP Head of Hadrian r., 

bare, sceptre on shoulder before 




lanreate. 

it, a tree. 





[PI. XI. 10.] [Devon.] 




Maximus Caesar. 

r 


M 1-05 

nOVH MAXI MON 

KO[PO]niCC6aNT HCKHT 




K€CAPA Bust of 

(iN M H T PO ApollOy laureate^ 




Maximus r., wearing 

nude, standing to front, looking 




radiate crown, paluda- 

1..; chlamys on 1. shoulder and 




nientum and cuirass. 

arm; holds in r. laurel - branch ; 
at his feet, small altar and crouch- 
ing animaLi [PI. xi. 9,] 

3 


M *8 

_ _ OVHMAS:iMONK 

KOPOTTIC C€£N Bust of 




AICAPA Similar bust. 

Athena L in crested Corinthian 
helmet. [PL xi. 11.] 




"Valerian Senior. 

4 


iEl-1 

AYTOKP KAICA[P 
n_- OYAA61PIAN 

OC Bust of Valerian 

Kopon€IC€WN[TIC KIHT 

(0NM^ T POTTO] Perseus and 
Andromeda ; on r., Perseus, nude, 
standing to front, looking 1., in 



1 

Senior r.^ laureate. 

1. harpe and head of Gorgon; at 
his feet, sea monster ; with his r. 
he grasps r. hand of Andromeda, 

who stands to r., wearing long 
chiton; between them, wreath. 

[PL XI. 12.] 




Same dies as Z. /. JV., voL xiii., 1885, p. 73. 




* G|>. the coin described by Waddington, Rev. Ntwi.y 1883, p. 32, 




no. Wadd.^ 4753. 

The animal is apparently a mouse ; if 




so, the typo represents Apollo Sminthens. 1 



CILICIA. 


No 

wt. 

Metal, 

1 Size. ! 

Obverse. 

Eeverse. 


M ‘85 

\M -75 

I 

\m ‘85 

I ' 

iE ‘85 

JK ‘9 


M *9 


7E -85 


iE '8 


C 0 K Y C U S. 
First Century B.C. 


Tiirreted female head (the 
City) r. ; behind, letters : 
border of dots. 


AN 


Hermes, wearing petasos, chlamys 
fastened round neck, and winged 
sandals, standing L; in extended 
r. phiale(^), in 1. caduceus ; in 
field r. inscription, 1. magistrates’ 
initials. 


[KinPVKlJQTjQN 


[K]£IPVKIQ[T£1N] 


Al 

Nl 

AN 


][K]12PVKI£IT12N 

[PL XI. 13.] 


K£lPVKlJQTn[N] 

[H. P. BorrelL] 


AK 


KnPVKIIiT[nN] 


»(?) 

(letters off the : 

AT 


[PI. XI. 14.] 

K£lPVKIIiT[nN] 


EP 
no 
EP 

[Woodhouse.j 


EP 

TTo 

EP 


KnPVKIliTI2[N] 

[H. P. BorreU.] 


[K]iipVKinTn[N] 


HP? 

I API 

[Woodhouse.j 



COBTCITS. 


67 


No. 

wt. 

Motal. 
j', /Size. 

"':Obvorse.V 

Reverse. 


10 


11 


12 


M "75 


M 1 


M "75, 


P:V:KI' 


Imperial Times. 

{a) Without heads of Emperors. 

AVTO [N]OM 

cadncetts; 


Apliistre. 

[PL XII. L] 


Winded 


: OPON Female head 
r., wearing wreath(?), 
hair in chignon ; in 


front, uncertain object 
f (? aplustre): border 
of dots. 

[PL xiL 2. Cf. Invent. TFhfM., 4251.] 


KAPYKI ATAN Hermes(1} 
standing to r., chlamys depending 
from shoulder; in extended r. 
purse 1 : border of dots. 


M I 


13 


KAPY KIATAN 

Veiled and turreted 
bust of City r. 


AYTONO MAN Poseidon, 
nude, standing to r., 1. foot on 
prow ; r. hand resting on trident, 
L on 1, knee. 

[PL xii. 3.] 


(h) With heads of Emperors. 
Caracalla. 


AYTM AYANT 

Bust of Caracalla r., 
laureate, wearing palu- 
damentum and cuirass. 


KIlP YKI AYTO Hermes 
standing to L, chlamys round 
neck and hanging over L arm; 
in r. purse, 1. caducous. 


M 1-2 


Plautilla. 


•I’OYABIA 
.|AAAC€B . 

Plautilla r. 


ITAAVT 
Bust of 


K[mPYKinTf2N [AYTON] 
o/n[fl]N Hermes, w'-earing 
petasos, chlamys fastened round 
neck, and winged sandals, stand- 
ing to 1. ; in extended r. purse (^), 
in L caducous. [Wigan.] 


68 


CllilCU. 


■ No. 

m. 

. M-etal. 
Size. 

Obverse. 

Severse. 

: 


' 

■Beverus Alexander. 




Bust of Severus Alexander 
r., radiate, wearing palu- 
damentum and cuirass. 

Female figure, wearing chiton and 
peplos, standing to 1. ; in r. 
apiustre, i. resting on sceptre ; at 
her feet, prow; around, inscription. 

14 


MVd 

AVKMA[VP]C€OVH 

PAA6IANAP 

o c 

KAPVKinT n NAVTONO 
Mfl 

N [PI. XII. 4.] 

15 


1*25 

AVKCCVHPO AA€ 
ZANAPOC (bust lau- 
reate-) 

KnpvKinxn n avtono 

MO 

V 




Gordian III. 

16 


^]l-05 

AVK/nANTn rop 

AIA[NO]C Bust of 
Gordian III. r., lau- 
reate, wearing paluda- 
mentum and cuirass. 

KAPVKin T ANAVT 

O NO 

Poseidon, nude hut for chlamys 
over 1. shoulder, standing to I, 
placing r. foot on prow,; in r. 
dolphin, 1. resting on trident. 

[PL XII. 5.] 




Philip Senior. 

17 


iEl 3 

AVTK[M]IOVAIOC 

<l>IAITnTOCC 

€B 

Bust of Philip Sen. r., 
laureate, wearing palu- 
damentum and cuirass. 
[Same die as Mionnet, 
iii.., p. 576, no. 190..] 

KAPVKI ATA NAVTON 

OM Thalassa standing facing; 
wears head-dress of crab^s claws, 
chiton and peplos ; r. extended, 
in 1. apiustre and oar. 

[PL XU. 6,] 

18 


i'EMS, 

AVTKMIOVAIOC<l>l 

AEITTITOCC] 

€B 

Same die as preceding. 

KAPVKIA-- _»NOMO^ 

Female figure, wearing chiton and 
peplos, standing to L ; in r., 
apiustre, L resting on sceptre ; at 
her feet, prow. 




^ What is her# given as 
possibly be a wreath. 

bhe last letter of the inscription may 


COETCUS. 


69 


Ko. 

wt. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Eef/orse.'.. 




Otacilia Severa. 

19 


iBl-25 

MATAKIAIAN C€ 
OVHPAN Bust of 

Otacilia Severa r., wear- 
ing stephane. 

KAPVNAV A PXIC Hermes 
standing L, wearing chlaniys 
fastened round neck and on 1. 
arm, winged sandals ; in r. purae, 
in I. winged caduceus ; at his 
feet, ram 1. [PL xii. 7.] 




Valerian Senior. 

20 


iE 1-15 

AVKTrOAK [BAA€ 
PI]AN 

OC (sic) 

Bust of Valerian Sen. 
r., laureate, wearing 
paludamentum and cui- 
rass. 

KAPVK lAT A [N]AVTO 
MO NO 

V 

Female figure, wearing chiton and 
peplos, standing to 1. ; in r, 
aplustre, 1. resting on sceptre ; at 
her feet, prow. [PL xii, 8.] 

2i 


M 1-25 

AVKHOAIK OVA A 
€PiAN 

OC 

Bust of Valerian Sen. 
r., wearing radiate 
crown, paludamentum 
and cuirass. 

KIATAN A VNAV [AP] 

XI 

C 

KAPV (in ex.) 

Dionysos,^ nude, standing to front, 
looking 1. ; in r. grapes, 1. resting 
on thyrsos tied with fillet ; at his 
feet panther ; before him, on stand 
of three legs (composed of lion’s 
heads and legs), prize vase con- 
taining winged caduceus, palm- 
branch and aplustre, and inscribed 
0[€MIA]. [PL xiL 9.] 

22 



Same die as preceding. 

KinrONA VNA VA 

PX 

1 

c 

KAPV (in ex.) 

Similar type ; on vase, ©€ 

[MIA]. 




^ Cp. tbc soniewliat similar grouj) on the coin of Adana, no. 20, 

p. 18 . 



CILICIA. 


No. Wt. 


Obverse. 


Eeverso. 


\M 1*25 Same die as preceding. 


lATA 

X[l] 

c 

KAPVK (in ex.) 

Similar type, but ampliora under 
tbe stand, and inscr. on rase 
obliterated. [Huber Sale, 685.] 


Gallienus. 

Bust of Gallienus r., lau- Female figure, wearing chiton and 
reate, wearing paluda- peplos, standing to L ; in r. 
mentum and cuirass. aplustre, 1. resting on sceptre; 

at her feet, prow. 

^115 avkhoaik paaa kapv kia t anavto 

IHN MO V NO 

OC 

[Same dies as Mionnet, Sif-pp. vii., p. 208, no. 233.] 


AVKHOAi TAAAI KAP VKI [A] TANAV 
HN N O MO TO 

OC 


^105 KONNHA CA. 
NIN 

A N (szc) 

Bust of Salonina 
wearing stephane. 


Salonina. 

CAAA KAPVKIA T[A]NAVTNA 
V AP X 1C 

Hermes, nude, standing to 1. ; 
nina r., in r. purse, in 1. caduceus and 
ne. chlamys ; at his feet, ram 1. 

[PL XII. 10.] 







DIOCAESAEEA. 


n 


Ko. 

Wt. 

Motiil 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Iloverse. 




DIOCAESAEEA. 




Imperial Times, 




(a) Without heads of Emperors. 




Before Hadriau. 

I 


M *8 

Bunch of grapes and vine- 

AlOKAICAPeWN Bust of 




leaf on stalk: border 

Hermes, bare-headed, r . ; in front,. 




of dots. 

winged caducous : border of dots. 




[PL XII. 11.] 




Time of Hadrian. 

2 


M *75 

AAPJ AfOKAICA.. 

A 1 0 K€ C A P Eagle standing 




. . Bust of City r., veiled 
and turreted : border of 
dots. 

to r. on palm-branch, head l.y 
wings displayed: border of dots. 





[PL XII. 12.] 




{h) With heads of Emperors. 




Trajan. 




Head of Trajan r., lau- 

Thunderbolt. . 




reate. 


3 


Ml ' 

AYTOKPANEPTPA 

AIOKA[l] 




INOLKAICEBTEPA 

AKI (sic) 

[CAPEAN] 

4 


Ml 

rAYT10KPAN[EPT 

AlOKAfl] 




PAINOJC KAIL EBP 

[L]APEnN 




[EPAAKI] (Same die 

[H, P. BorrelL] 




as preceding.) 



72 


€ILIOIA. 


No. 

wt. 

Metal. 

' Size.. 

Obverse. 

Reverse. 



, 

Faustina Junior. 

5 


^1-1 

ANNIA<I>AV CT€IN 
AC6BACTH Bust of 
Faustina Junior r.- 

AAPIANAN [AI]0[K]6CAP 
€AN Winged thunderbolt. 

[PL XII. 13.] 




Septimius Severus. 




Bust of Septimius Severus 
r., laureate, wearing 
paludamentum and cui- 
rass. Two counter- 

marks : (1) eagle to front, 
head 1., (2) winged 
thunderbolt. 

[A]AP^AIOKA ICA P€AN 

Temple with six columns ; two 
jSrikai(l) as acroteria; in pediment, 
bucranium ; in central inter- 
, columniation,. thunderbolt ; beside 
temple, on 1., altar in front of tree.i 

6 


J31-3 

AYTOKPKAIC-A' C 
€nTIC€OYH[POC] 
n€PC€B 

[PL xii. U.] 

7 


iEl-2 

AYTOKPKAICA C 
€nTIC€OYHP[OC 
n]€PC€B (Same die 
as preceding.) 

(Same die as preceding.) 

[WHttall.] 

8 


>301-35 

AYTOKPKAICACC 

nTIC€0[YHPOCn 

€PC€B] Head of Sep- 
timius Severus r., lau- 
reate. Countermarks 

as on no. 6. 

[Same die as Mionnet, , 
hi., p. 577, no. 194.] i 

[AAPIJANANAIO KAICAP 
€[AN] Tyche, wearing kalathos, 
standing to 1. j in r. rudder, in 1. 
cornucopiae. 




^ Or, tree in square vase j cf. tlie slirub in a pot beside the temple 
of the Sarniau Hera (Catal. lonm, p. 382, no. 294), and tbe type of 
Selge, Catal. Lyciaf &c., pi. xli. 6. 


DIOCAJSABBA,. 


n 


No. 

Wfc. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Reverse. 

■■ ■ ■ ■ ■■■■ ■ ,, 




Jtilia Domna. 

9 

■ 


fOYAIA AOMNAC 
€B Bust of Julia 

Domna r. 

Same dies as Mionnet 

AAPAIOKAI CAPCAN 

Winged thunderbolt set upright 
on throne with back, on foreposts 
of which two lions, 

[PL xiii. 1.] 

, iii., p. 577, no. 195. 




Caracalla. 

10 

1 

J:1-2 

AYTOKKAIC MA 
YP[ANTnN€INOC] 
C€ B Bust of Caracalla 
r., laureate, wearing 
paludamentum and cui- 
rass, Two counter- 

marks as on no. 6. 

[AAPJAIOKAI C[AP SAN] 

Athena in quadriga to 1. ; in raised 
r. thunderbolt, in extended 1. oval 
shield. [H. P. BorrellJ] 




Philip Senior. 




Bust of Philip Senior r., 
wearing radiate crown, 
paludamentum and cui- 
rass. 

Herakles, laureate, nude,, bow behind 
shoulder, seated 1, on lion's skin, 
r. resting on club. 

11 


Ml-3 

i: ■ 1 

MIOYAIOC<!>IA[ITr 
TT]OCC€B In front of 
head, AYTK 

AAPtA[IO]K€CA PC AN 

M H K6N 

AT 

[Bunbury Sale II., 384.] 

12 


J3 1*35 

'1 

i 

' 1 

A\fOYAIOC4>IAm 
[TTOCCCB] in front 
of head,. AYTK 
(Same die as preceding.) 

AAPIAAIOKCCAPCANMHT 

KCNNA 

TA 

[PI. XIII. 2.] 




1 Borr^H seems to have possessed two spocimoTis of this coin from i 
the same dies. See Longp^rier in Kouv. Ann.^ ii. (1838), p. 355, 
pL E, no. 5, On the specimen hero described there is no trace of the 
snakes surrounding tho shield (** aegis ”). 


74 


CILICIA. 


No. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Eeverse. 

13 

^1'35 

AYTKA\IOYAIOC4>l 

A Countermark, 

wheel with six spokes, 

■ 

■ 

AA_- -- NMH K€ 

NAT 

[H. P. Borrell.] 



Bust of Philip Senior r., 
wearing radiate crown, 
paludamentum and cui- 
rass. 

Veiled and turreted female figure (the City) 
seated r. ; facing her, Tyche standing L, 
wearing kalathos, in r. rudder, in 1. cor« 
nucopiae ; at their feet, upper part of 
river-god swimming. 

14 

iEl*4 

AYTKMIOYAIOC 

MiAimTocce 

B 

AAPIAA[l]OK€CAP[€]nNMHTP 0 
K€ 

m 

m 

15 

JEl-5 

AYTKA\IOYAIOC<l>l 

Ainnocce 

B 

AAPIAIO[KAIC]AP€ H NMHii 
K€N 

NAT 

AN 

Same die as Invent. Wadd., 4272, pi. 
X. 10. 

16 

iEl-3 

aytkaaioyaioc<!>i 

Ai[Tmocce] 

B 

Same die as preceding. 

AAPIAI[OK6CAP€A]NA\HTPii 

K€N 

NA 

TA 

[Bank Collection.] 

17 

Ml'5 

[AYTJKMIOYAIOC 

<l>IAITnTOCC€ 

B 

Same die as preceding. 

AAPIAIOKCCAP € ANM 

KeN 

NA 

TA 

[H. P. Borrell.] 



‘ Or AI[OKAICAP€n]N 


DIOCAESABSA, 75 


1 ^ 0 . 

Metal. 

Size. 

'..■•■■■ObTerse.-' 

Eeverse. 

18 

JBl-35 

AYTKMIOY[AIOC] 

AAPI--- NA\H 



<i>iAinnocc€ 

■ ■ K€N ■ 



B 

NA 



Same die as . preceding. 

T ; 

19 


AYTKMI0YAI0C4>I 

AAPIAtOKAICAPe n[NMHT] PO 



AiTTirroccc , 




B 

,v : -'-^NAT.: 



Same die as preceding. 
Countermark, wheel 

'Aisj ^ 



with six spokes. 

[PI. XIII. 3.] 


76 


SlUGU, 


IPIiPH-AFEA. 


Hadrian and . Sabina. 

1 ^1*2 ^ „ KAJCTPAIAAPI CABEINACEBACTH ETTI<I>A 205^ 

AN Bust of NE . . Bust of Sabina wearing =:a.i>. 

Hadrian r.., laureate. stepbane; in front, 33 1381 

Countermark, male 
bead r. 


Julia Mamaea. 


loVA-MAMAI ANC €ni4>A NEHN 
EBACTHN Bust of ^ cj 

Julia Mamaea r., wear- ^ C 

ing stepbane. Dionysos, wearin 


(in field) 


298 

=A.D. 

231-321 


Dionysos, wearing bimation about 
lower limbs and 1 . arm ; pouring out 
wine from keras inverted in r., in 
1 . tbyrsos ; at bis feet, panther L 
looking up. [Wigan.] 

[Pb xm. 4.] 


3 ieil-35 [|o]VA“MAMAf €ni<l>A NEUJN 

ANC€BA[CTHN] H (infield) 

Same die as preceding. Atbena standing to 1. y r, resting on 
spear, 1. on shield. [PL xni. 5.] 


Gordian III. 

4 -d31’35 AVTOK M AMTW r €ni4>AN€ AN-ET ST 306 

OPAIAMOC Bust of Demeter standing to front, bead =a.d. 

Gordian III r., wearing r., wearing kaiatbos, long chiton, 239-401 

radiate crown, paluda- veil and peplos passing across front 
mentum and cuirass. of body and over both arms; in 
Countermark,^ wheel r. ears of corn, 1 . rests on torch. 

^ [PL xm. 6.] 


Op. the countermarks at Diocaesarea (nos. 13, 19) and Sagalassus 
'(Catal. Lycia^ &c., p. 250, no. 51). 




EPIPHAKIA, 


77 


Ho, 


Motal. 

Size,. 


Obverso, 


/E 1*461 AVTOK ‘M-AHTW-f 
OPAiAM[OC] 

Same die as preceding. 


/El-35 


MV2 


Same die as no. 4. 


Eeverse. 


em <!>A[N]€ AN 
[€]T^ST (in ex,.) 

Asklepios and Hygieia. On t. 
Asklepios to front, looking L, in 
r. serpent-staff, in L laiirel- 
l)ranch(Qi; on 1. Hygieia to front, 
looking r., feeding serpent from 
pliiale in r. 


€ni4>A N€AN 
€TST (in ex.) 

Hades, wearing kalathos, seated to 
front, headl., on tkrone with hack; 
1. resting on sceptre, r. on heads 
of Herheros seated 1. at his feet. 
[PLxm.7.] 


Otacilia Severn. 


a3TAK€IAIA. 

VHPACCB 

Otaciiia r., 
stephane. 


C €0 

Bust of 
wearing 


€ni<f> 

A 


N 


AN€- 

(infield) 

Apollo, nude, standing to front, 
looking L, legs crossed; in r. 
laurel-branch, leans with 1. on 
lyre placed on pedestal. 

[PL xiii. 8.] [WhittaU.] 


See Pauly -Wissowa, Beal-Enc.^ ii., p. 1681. 



Date. 


306 

=:A.D. 

23940 ? 




311 

=:A.n.,. 

24445? 


78 


CILICIA. 


:H0.. 


Metal. 

Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 


Date. 


^ 1*15 


M -D 


M *9 


FLAVIOPOLIS. 


Domitian. 


M *75 


[AjOMeXIANOC 
KAICAP Head of 
Domitian r. , laureate. 
Countermark, helxneted 
bust (of Athena) r.^ 


Head of Domitian r,, lau- 
reate. 


[AOM6TI]ANOC 

KAICA[P] Gounter- 
mark, helmeted bust 
(of Athena) 

[PL xrii. 9.] 


<!>AAYI OnOA€l TWN €T 
OYCZf Two draped and lau- 
reate busts, confronted, each with 
star on forehead (Dioskuri). 

[Wigan.] 


Female figure (Tyche of the City), 
wearing turreted crown and veil, 
seated r. on seat with low back ; in 
extended r. ears of corn ; at her feet, 
halMgure of river-god swimming. 

€TOY[C]ZI<l>AA YlOn-- 


AOMCTIANOC 
[KAICAP] Counter- 
mark, as precedingl 
[Same die as Mionnet,iii., 
p. 579, no. 203.] 


AGM[€TI]ANOC 
KAICAP Head of 
Domitian r., laureate. 


€TOYCZI<l>AAY [lOnOAjei 

T^N [Bank Collection.] 


MAYlOnOACIT 

Tyche, wearing kalathos, standing 
1. ; in r, rudder, in 1. cornucopiae. 

[H. P. BorrelL] 


^ Of. the type of no. 9. 


17 

=A.I). 

90-91 



FUTIOFOHS* , 79 


No. 

Metal. 

Ske. 

Obverse. 

Eeverae. 

Bate, 



Antoninus Pius, 


5 

^1-05 

[AY?] KAITIAIAA 
AP ANTGUMeti 

Bust of Pius r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum 
and cuirass ; behind, 

C€B 

<l>AAOVIO nOA€l TWN €1 
TOrir Two draped busts con-| 
fronted, each with star above head 
and wearing pileus with button 
at top (Dioskuri). 

[PL xni. 10.] 

#■ , 

83 

= A,I). 

156-57 

6 

JE -75 

AYKAVTiA ' €1 

NOC1 Head of Pius 
r., laureate. 

MAOYIO ___ n Veiled 
bearded bust r. (Kronos). 

[PL XIII. 11.] 

? 



Antoninus Pius and Faustina Senior. 


7 

M -9 

AYTKAICTAIAAAP 

ANTANeiNOC 

Head of Pius r., bare ; 
behind, C€B 

eCAMY— lOTTOACITAN 
€T 

Bust of Faustina Senior r. ; in 

front, zx 

67 

==A.D. 

140-41 



Macrinus. 


8 

^1 ' 

AVTKMOnC€ MA 
KPINOC Bust of 

Macrinus r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum 
and cuirass. 

<f>AAOV lOTT OA CITAN'CT 

PM A (in held) 

Mke advancing 1. ; in r. wreath, 
in 1. palm-branch. [Devon.] 

144 

■ =:A.D. 

217-18 



Elagabalus. 


9 

M -95 

MAVPAN Tn[N6] 
INO CC€B Head of 
Elagabalus r., laureate. 

<I>AAVIOTTOA€IT[AN]€TS 

MP Bust of Athena r., wearing 

crested Corinthian helmet. 

146 

=A.I). 

219-20 

10 

iEl-35 

AYPANTANCIN 
„ Bust of Elagabalus 

r., laureate, wearing 
paludamentum and cui- 
rass. 

<)>AAVIOnOA « _ AN€Ti 
MP^ Bust of Sarapis r., wearing 

kalathos. 

1461 

=A.D, 

219-20 



1 Of, Invent Wadd., 4293. 




80 


cnioiA. 


No. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

. Beverse. 

Date. 


' . ■ ' ' '■ 

Yalerian Senior. 


n 

Ml-2 

AVTKTTAIOVAAe 

<|)AAV 10 nOA€fT[(0N] 

181 



PIANOCC[€B] Bust 

6TATT P 

=A.D, 



of Yalerian Senior r., 

Bust (draped 1) of Sarapis r., 

254-55 



wearing radiate crown, 

wearing kaiathos. [PL xiii. 12.] 




paliidamentum and cui- 





rass. 



12 

Ml 

AVTKnAlOVAA€PI 

<l>AAOVrO TrOA€ITWN 

184 



AN[0]N Bust of 

A ^ 

=A.D. 



Yalerian r., wearing 

n T 

257-58 



radiate crown^ palnda- 

q 




mentnm and cuirass. 

Tyche of City, wearing turreted 





crown, seated 1. on rock ; 1. rest- 





ing on rock, in r. uncertain object; 





at her feet, half-figure of river- 


i 



god swimming L 



GtmmimwLm.. 


SI 



Motfil. 



Sisso. ' 

Obverse. 

■ B-awsai ' 


61EMAHIC0F0LIS: 


Hadrian. 


1 UE1*15 


-^AAPIANOC 

Head of Hadrian r., 
laureate, drapery on L 
shoulder. 


AAPIANHrCPMANrKOnOA 

IT . . Laureate bust of Apollo 
r., with formal curls, quiver (?) at 
shoulder ; in front, traces of 
monogram? 

[PL XIII. 13; ct ArcJiaeologiayXYihy^ 

p.218.] I 



Date. 


82 


CILICIA. 


No. 


Metal. 

Size. 


Obverse. 


Eeverse. 


Date. 


M -9 


M -85 


/E -9 


/E *85 


HIEROPOLIS-CASTABALA. 

[For coins of the time of Antiochus lY. Epiphanes, see Z. /. N., 
X., p. 267, Babeion, Bois de Byriej p. cv. ; Invent, Wadd,, 
4313.] 

First Century B.C. 


Head of Tyche r., tnr- 
reted, wearing necklace. 


Behind, ’ [l]EPonoAITn[N] 

TUNTTPOSTni 
HYPAMfll 
[PI. XIV. 1.] 


Goddess of Hieropolis, wearing kala- 
thos, seated 1. on throne with high 
back ; in 1. sceptre,^ held trans- 
versely ; below seat, eagle 1. 


Three curls on neck, no 
necklace; behind, ■RP 


Head of Tyche r., wearing 
veil and turreted crown. 


[i3EPonoAiT[nN] 

[TIANITPOZTEAI] 

[n]YPAMA[l] 

Eiver-god Pyram os swimming to r., 
upper half of his body above the 
waves, head facing ; on his r. 
hand, eagle to r. 


[l€PO] 

noAixncN] 

iTANOPOCTn 

nvpAMn 

[PL XIV. 2.] 


I6PO 

[njOAITAN 


TnNnpocT[Q3 

nYPAM[n3 


[Devon.] 


[For coins probably issued from Hieropolis circa b.c. 39 — 
A.D. 17, see below, “ Kings of Cilicia.”] 

* A trace of the sceptre is visible behind her 1. shoulder. Seo 
Imhoof-Blumer, Z. f. N., vol. x., 1883, p. 268, no. 3. 



HIEEOPOtlS-CASTABAM. 


8S 


No. 

Metal. 

Bize. 

Obverse. 

Eeverso. 

Date, 



Imjperial Times, 




(a) Without heads of Emperors. 




Time of the Antonines. 


5 

M -9 

lEPO nOAITAN 

TANUPOGTH UVPAMA- 




Veiled and tiirreted 

Eiver-god Pyramos as on no. S, 




head of City r.: border 

hut holding in his r. torch instead 




of dots. 

of eagle : border of dots. 





[Devon.] 




[PI. X] 

[V. 3.] 

' ' 


6 

M -95 

Bust of Artemis r., draped, 

lepono AITAN Bust of 




hair bound with taenia ; 

Hekate r., wearing kalathos and 




behind shoulder, bow 

veil ; in front, burning torch : bor- 




and quiver ? : border of 

der of dots. 




dots. 

[D. G, Hogarth, 1894.] 




[PL XIV. 4] 




(h) With heads or 

titles of Emperors. 




Antoninus 'Pius, 


7 

^ -75 

CAYTOKPlATOaP 

lePOnO _ _ Eaglei with closed 




A[NTa)]NeiNO[Cl 

wings, standing 1. on club(‘l). 




Head of Antoninus Pius 

[Procured at Mersina.] 




r,, laureate. 





Faustina Junior. 


' 8 

iEM ■ 

C6BACTH 4»AYC 

l€POnO AITAN Helios, 




TINA Bust of Faustina 

nude, radiate, standing to L; in 




Junior r., crescent on 

raised r, torch, in 1. whip and 




forehead. 

chlamys; at his feet, torch. In 





countermark, T [Devon.] 


9 

x®l-15 

Same die. 

Similar, but no torch in r. hand. 





Same countermark. 





[PI. XIV. 6.] [H. P. BorrelL] 




1 Cp. the type of the earliest coins of HieropoHs, Imhoof-Bluiner, 




Z. J. ST., vol. X., 1883, p. 267, 

nos. 1, 2. 




m 


84 .CStliSKHA. 


Ho. 

Metal. 

Size. 

■Obverse. 

Eeverse. 

Date. 



Lucilla. 


10 

M *9 

AOYKIAAA C€BA 

I6PO nOAGITON Female 




C[T]H Bust of Lucilia 

bust (Hekate) L, with kalathos and 




r., wearing stephane. 

veil * in front, burning torch. 





[Devon.] 


, 1 


.Zeitfilr Num.yX.f p. -275, no. 32, 




Septimius Severus, 


11 


AVTKAIAC€TrC€ 

l€POnOA€ITCONTa)NnP 




VHPOCTr€P[C6] 

OCTWnV PAMW The Em- 




Bust of Septimius Se- 

peror, in military dress, standing 




verus r., laureate, wear- 

L,. 1. resting on spear, receiving 




ing paludamentum and 

wreath from Mke r. approaching 




ouirass. 

him. 


12 

JH-2 

16 POnOAl TWN 

AVTKAIAC €nC€ VHPO 




KACTABAA€WN 

CTTCPCS The Emperor, in mili- 




Bust of youtMul Bio- 

tary dress, standing L ; in r. Mke 




nysos r., wreathed with 

r., standing on globe, and hold- 




ivy, thyrsos over 1. 

ing wreath and palm; L resting 




shoulder * in front, 

on spear. 




bunch of grapes , 

, 




£P1. xiv. 6.3 

i 



Caracalla. 


13 

iEl-3 

AVTKAIMAPAVPH 

I€POTrOA[€ITW]NKACTAB 




ANT(ON€INOC 

AA€WN Tyche standing L, 




Bust of Caracalla r., 

wearing kalathos ; in r. rudder, in 




laureate, wearing palu- 

1. cornucopiae. 




damentum and cuirass. 




■mmm- 


B5 


NoJ 

Wt. ! 

Metal. 1 
Size. 

1 

V,. -.Obverse. ■: -j 

Reverse. 


9-5 ' UE3-5 


HOLM I. 


Fourth Century B.C, 


SILVEE. 


Head of 
crested 


Atliena r. in 
Athenian hel- 


met ; border of dots. 


[PL XIV. 7.] 


OAM Head of Apollo Sarpedo- 
iiios r., hair bound with taenia 
■with laurel-leaves'? in front: bor- 
der of dots. 


[Payne Knight.] 



86 


CILICIA. 


No. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Eeverse. 

Oato. 


lOTAPE. 


Hadrian, 


M *75 


- « KAITPA AAPI 
AN[0]C Head of 
Hadrian r., laureate. 


IWTATTC ITWN Tyclie, 
wearing kaiathos, standing to i. ; 
in r. rudder, in 1. corniicopiae. 

[Bank Collection.] 
[Pi. XIV. 8.] 


L. Verus. 




Bust of L. Yerus r., lau- 
reate. Inscription 
obliterated. 


IQ) Female figure seated 1. 

on cbair ; in extended r. pliiale % 
raised 1, resting on sceptre. 

[Bank Collection.] 


Valerian Senior. 


Ml-2 


AVTKAICAPA TTA 
IKINNIONOV AA6 
PI ANON Bust of 
Valerian r., laureate ; 
in front, H 


IQ)TA1T €ITQJN Tjcbe, 
wearing kaiathos, standing 1. ; in 
r. rudder, in 1. cornucopiae. 

[PL XIV. 9.] 


Similar to the coin described by Mionnet, vii., p. 216, 
no. 254, after Sestini, Mub, Hederv, ii., in add., pL vi., 
fig. 8, with a fanciful representation of Tyche. 


lEENOPOMS. 


;if 


2To. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Eevcrse. 

Date. 



lEEKOPOLIS. 

Imperial Times, 

(a) Without head of Emperor. 

Time of Marcus Aurelius? 


1 

M *8 

Bearded male bust r., 
laureate ; in front, date 
©IP?: border of dots. 

IPHNOTTOAITA [N] Male 
figure (Herakles?) reclining L, hold- 
ing in r. kantharos; in exergue, 
club : border of dots. 

119 5 



[PI. XIT. 10.] 

(5) With heads of Emperors, 

Domitian. 

1 

i 

2 

^1-1 

AVTOKPATUPKAI 
SAP AOMITIAN 

OZ Head of Domitian 
r., laureate. 

Head of Domitian r., lau-: 
reate. 

1 PH NOTTO A€ ITHNCTB M 

Tyche, veiled and turreted, seated 
r. on rock ; in r. ears of corn ; at 
her feet, river-god swimming r. ; 
in field r., star of six points. 

Hygieia standing to front, looking r. ; 
in r. branch held downwards, in 1. 
phiale from which serpent feeds. 

42 

3 

M -9 

AVTOKPATflPKAI 
ZAP [AOMITIAN 

ozi] 

IPHNOTTOA €ITX2N[€]T8M 

[PI. XIV. 11.] 


4 

M -SE 

1 AVTOKPATn[PKAI 
ZAP AoMITIjAN 

om 

[Same dies £ 

IPHNOTTOA €IT11N6TBM 

[Bank Collection.] 

IS preceding.] 

5? 


88 


CILICIA. 


No 

MetaL 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Reverse. 

Date. 



Domitian and Domitia. 


5 


AYTOKPATGPAO 

MITIAN02A0MITI 

AZEBi Head of 

Domitian r., laureate, 
and bust of Domitia L, 
confronted. Uncertain 
countermark. 

[€llPHNOTTOA€l TON €T 

0 FM Tycbe, wearing kalatiios, 
standing to L ; in r. rudder, in 1. 
cornucopiaej in field 1., star of six 
points. [Bunbury Sale II., 384.] 
[PL XIV. 12.] 

43 



M. Aurelius and Faustina Junior. 


6 

^1 

- A lO - Bust 

of M. Aurelius r., lau- 
reate. 

IPHNonoAITnN<!>AYCT6 1 
NAC6B Bust of Faustina r.; in 
field, e IP [Wigan.] 

[PL XIV. 13.] 

119 



Septimius Severus. 


7 

^1-06 

[AYlTKA'Cen C6 

VHPONTT — Bustof 
Septimius Severus r., 
laureate, wearing palu- 
damentum and cuirass. 

€IPHNOn OAIT.. €[T]0 

V[C]AMP Female bust r.., wear- 
ing stepbane. 

144 



Julia Domna. 


8 

M -9' 

IOAtANAOA\NA[N] 

C€B(5/c) Bust of 

Domna r. . Uncertain 
countermark. 

eiPHNOn ^ « TnN€TO[V]C 

AMP Veiled and turreted bust of 
City r. 


9 

M -8 

lOVAIA AOMNAC 

[€] B Bust of Domna r. 

iPHNO rrOAITWN Bustof 
Athena r., in crested Corinthian 
helmet, spear over 1. shoulder; 
below, AZP &r AZP 

161 or 
164 


itfENOPOUS, 


89 


No. 

Mental, i 

Size. Obrorse. 

Beverse,''/: V 

Date. 1 



Caracalia. 


10 

M -9 

CA]VT ANTOaNIN 

IPHN01TT30[A]ITCh)N Head 

161 



O C Head of Cara- 

of bearded llerakles r., club be- 




calia r., laureate. 

hind shoulder; below, *AZSP‘ 





[PL XIY. 14.] 


11 

M -Go 

A[VT]KAIAAYPG€ 

eiPHNOTTO... Busts of 

16a: ^ 



YANTANGINOC 

Asklepios to 1., with serpent-staff, 




Bust of Caracalla r., 

and Hygieia to r., confronted ; 




laureate, wearing palu- 

below, rUP 




damenturn and cuirass. 





Valerian Senior. 


12 

.^1-1 

AVTKnAIO 

IPHNOn O AITWNAC 

; 204-' 



ANOCC€[B] Bust of 

Asklepios standing L, leaning with 




Valerian r., wearing 

r, on serpent-staff, and Hygieia to 




radiate crown and cui- 

r.; in exergue, H [Wigan.] 



1 

: ^ : '1 

} . ' ■' 
l"'- '■■■'■''•'•'I 

j 

jV ; i 

1/ ',V 

; rass.'' 

'■ ■ , '' ■ ■ 

'' ■ 

[R. XIV. 15.] 

f'':" 


90 


CILICIA. 


No. 


! Metal. 

I Size. 


Obverse. 


Heverso. 


164-6 


/II -85 


I S S TJ S. 

Sixth Century B.C. 

Persic Standard. 
Staters. 

[Attribution to Issus conjectural.] 


Forepart of lion to 1., 
jaws open, 1. fore-leg 
visible. 


Incuse s(][uare divided by a single 
diagonal bar into two triangles. 


157-4 |/ll -8 


158-9 \m -85 


[PI. XV. 1.] 

1 

[PI. X?. 2.] 

Satrapal Coinage, 

Persic Standard. 

Tiribazus 
(B.C. 386—380). 


[Whittall.] 
[From India.] 


[I]SSIK [ON] on]., 
on 

r. Baal, himation on 
1. shoulder and about 
lower limbs, standing 
to 1 . ; L resting on 
sceptre, [r. bolding 
eagle] : border of dots. 

[Pi, XV. 3.] 


Time of Mazaeus. 

361—333 .B.c. 
See under Tarsus. 


Ahura-mazda to front, nude, head^ 
r., his body terminated by winged 
solar disk of Persian form; in 
r. wreath, in 1. lotos-flower; in 
field L, AMI 

[Bank Collection.] 


^ Probably, as on tbe coin struck at Tarsus by Tiribazus (see boiow, 
under Tarsus), ho wears a polos. 



LAERTES. 




No. 

wt. 

Motal . 
Size. 

Olwerse. 

r. . Ecverso. 


V, ' 


LAERTES. 




Trajan. 



MV2' 

AYTOK- - - -AA 

AA€PT€I Zeus, wearing liima- 




KJKOC Head of Trajan 

TWN tion about lower 




r., laureate. 

limbs, seated 1. ; 





in r. uncertain object (Hike?), 1. 





resting on sceptre. 

'■’2'. 


M '9 

AYTOKPATWP TP 

AA€PT Male figure 




AIANOC Hoad of 

(Apollo?), wearing short chiton 




Trajan r., laureate. 

and chianiys, standing to 1. ; in r. 





pliiale, 1. rests on sceptre. 




[PI. XV. 4.] 

■3 


'm ;';-T5 

AYTOK PAT (OPT 

[A]A6PTI T(Jl)N Demeter 




PAIANOC Head of 

stiated 1. ; in r. poppy and ear of 


1 


Trajan r., iaiireaie. 

corn, L resting on sceptre. 




[PL XV. .5.] 


i ' . . 1 

I'v:' ' 

i 1 


Hadrian. 

4 

1 ! 

■■ , '..i 

/E -75, 

[AY3KAITPA AAP 

AA€P TCITODN Tydm, wear- 




J ANOC ■ . v':Head- ■ of 

ing kalathos, standing to 1. ; in 3*. 




Hadrian r., laureate. 

rudder, in 1. cornucopiae. ' 




A ' Valerian :Semori;' 

5 


MV3 

AA€PfAN1 

AA€PT €ITAN. Ares, wear- 



:,::j 

Bust of Valerian ? r., 

ing helmet and cuirass, standing 




lau reate j wearing palu* 

to front, looking r. ; r. rests on 




danieiitum and cuirass j 

spear, 1, on shield. fWliittalL] 





[PL XV. 6.] 



^52 


OILIGIA. 


No. Wt. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Reverse. 




Salonina. 

6 


Ml’U 

KOPNHADAN?] c 

AA€ P T €ITr\N Athena 




AAANIN [AN?] 

standing to front, looking r. ; r. 




Bust of Salonina r.; 

rests on shield, 1. hangs down ; 




in front, lA 

beside her, in r, field, spear. 




Cornelius Yalerianus. 

7 


M 1-2 

< 

< 

> 

O 

CL 

o 

< 

> 

o 

AA€PT€I TON Nike, carry- 




€PIANONKAIC€B- 

ing wreath, in quadriga to r. 




Bust of Cornelius Yale- 

[Biliotti, 1872.] 




rianus r., bare-headed; 





in front, lA 


8 


^ -9 

TTOVAIKKOPOVAA 

AA€PT [CITAN] Dionysos, 




€PIANONK[A]ICC 

nude, standing to front, head 1.; 




Bust of Cornelius Yale- 

1. rests on thyrsos, with r. pours 




rianus r., bare-headed; 

wine from kantharos to panther 1. 




in front, T 

at his feet. 

i 



Same dies as Mionnet, iii., p. 590, no. 246, 



LYBBIS. 




No. 

WL 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obyerso. 

Eeverse. 




. ! 

LYRBE. 

, i 




Gordian III. 

1 


^1*25 

AV [T-1K-M-AN [n 
OP[AIA]N -- 

Bust of Gordian III. r., 
] aureate, wearing palu- 
damentum and cuirass. 

AYP ‘B€l T AN Apollo J 

wearing sliort chiton, chlam js aiul j 
boots, standing to L, r. holding! 
phiale, 1. resting on sceptre j in 
field r., lyre. 

2 


iO 

o 

AYKMANT- TOP 
AIANOC- C€B- Bust 
of Gordian III. r., lau- 
reate, wearing paluda- 
mentum and cuirass. 

AV PB€ 1 TAN Apollo stand» 
ii3g to 1., clilamys fastened round 
neck and hanging over harm, wear- 
ing boots ; in r. branch, in 1. bow. 

[PI. XV. 7,] [WhittalL] 

3 


;E1 

AY K M ANT TOP 
AIAN[OC- C€]B- 

Same die as preceding. 

AYPB €ITAN Hades, wear- 
ing kalathos, seated I.; 1. resting 
on sceptre, r. extended downwards 
to Kerberos at his feet. 

4 


M *95 

AY K M ANT- TOP 
AIANOC- [C€B-] 

Same die as preceding. 

AYP. ■ ,B€!TAN ■■■■ Ap.s, wearing ., 

! crested lielrnet and cuirass, stand- 
ing to r.; r. resting on spear, 1. on 
shield. 

5 

i 

1 

^Fj -95 

AYKMANT- TOP 
AIANOC- C€B- 

Same die as preceding. 

AV PB€ 1 TAN Goddess 

(Aeternitas 1) standing to L, wear- 
ing long chiton and peplos over 1. 
arm and round lower limbs ; r, 
holding phiale, 1. resting on column 
and holding globe 1 

[PL XV. 8.] 



CILICIA. 


No. 

Wt. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

B,everse. 

I ■ 


M -9 

AYKHAirOPAIA 
NOC-C6B Bustof Gor. 
dial! III. r., laureate, 
ivearing paludamentum 
and cuirass. 

, 

AYPB €ITAN Athena, wear- 
ing crested helmet, standing 1. ; 
with r. drops pebble into amphora, 
at her feet, in 1. holds long palm- 
branch ; in field r., star of eight 
points. [WhittalL] 

[PI. XV. 9.] 

7 


xE ‘8 

AYK-MANT-ro P 
AIANOC Bust of 

Gordian III. r., lau- 
reate, wearing paluda- 
mentum and cuirass. 

AYPB € ITAN Mke 

advancing L; in r. wreath, in 1. 
paim- branch. [Chaix, 662.] 




Tranquillina. 

8 


M -95 

CAB€ITPANKVA - 

_ - Bust of Tranquil- 
lina r. 

Athena, as on no. 6 of Gordian III., 
with same symbol (same die). 

[WhittalL] 




Philip Junior. 

9 

i 

1 ' 

i 

) 

J3M 

AVT- K-MAPKIOV 
A C €OVHP<l>IAin 
TTON-C€B- Bust of 
Philip Junior r., lau- 
reate, wearing paluda- 
mentum and cuirass. 

AYP B€l TAN ^ Apollo 
standing to 1, wearing short 
chiton, chlamys and boots; in r. 
pliiale, L resting on sceptre. 

[WhittalL] 



MALLCrS. 


95 ^ 


No. 

Wt. 

Metal. 

Siiie. 

Obverse. 

Eoverse. , j' 




MALLFS. 


185-3 


\M -751 


181-2 


182-3 




j [The attribution to Mallus of nos. 1 — 11 is doubtful,] 

Circa B.C. 520 — 485* 

Aeginetic Standard. 

Staters. 

Conical baetyl, in rude incuse square* 


\M . *751 


Al -8 


Beardless iGgure with 
curved wings, running 
to r. in kneeling atti- 
tude, head 1. ; arms ex- 
tended, r* off the flan, 

I. holding uncertain 
object. 

[PL XV. 10. From ISTaucratis, Num, Ohron,, 1886, pi. L 5.] 


Biiniiar, but object in 1. 
hand off the fian. 


Female figure with curved 
wings on shoulders and 
wings on feet, running 
to r., head L, hands 


extended ; wears 
chiton. 


iom 


Similar. 


Similar. 


[From Persia.] 


[PL XY. 11.] 


Al *75 j Figure with curved wings 
running to L in kneel- 
ing attitude, hands ex- 
tended ; wears long 
chiton ? 


Conical baetyl in rude incuse square, 
with surface granulated and show- 
ing irregular markings. 


[From Smyrna.] 


[PL XV. 12,]. 



96 


CILICIA- 



Metal. 

Size. 


Eeverse, 


Obverse. 


Aeffinetic Standard. 


Staters. 


Conical baetyl, with two handles at 
top; in held, on either side, two 
granulated patches ; above left 
handle, y : the whole in incuse 
square. On baetyl, uncertain 

coiintermark.2 


'85 Female figure with curved | 
wings, wearing long 
chiton with sleeves and 
girdle, hair taken up 
behind, running to 1. in 
kneeling attitude, head 
r.; hands extended, in 
r. caduceuSji in 1. 
wreath. 

Same die as Mionnet, hi., 
p. 664, no. 654. 


Conical baetyl,^ with two handles at 
top; in field, on either side, granu- 
lated objects resembling two birds 
without feet, confronted : the whole 
in incuse square. 

Ann, de Nimi., 1883, pi. v. 5.] 

Pyramidal baetyl, on which ; in 
field, on either side, hunch of 
grapes ; above, to 1., y : the whole 
in incuse square. 

Aim, de Mmi, 1 883, pi. v. 9. 

[Payne Knight.] 

[PL XVI. 3.] 


174*6 \M -9 Similar. 


173*7 Ur *9 Similar. 


173 A *9 Similar to preceding. Similar to preceding, hut without 

letter on baetyl. 

[PL XVI. 4.] 


^ Or a staff terminated by a small globe (Imhoof, Aom. de Num,, 
1883, p. 102). In tbe later specimens (nos. 10, .11) it is certainly a 
caduceus. 

^ Tbe circular mark to tbe left of tbo y is duo to a flaw in tbe coin. 
3 Tbe mark on tbe baetyl is probably accidental. 


MkthVB, 




9f 


No. m. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 


177*4 Al '85! Similar to preceding. Pyramidal baetyl ; in field 1. y' , r. 

j r .* the whole in incuse square. 

1 [Bank Collection.] 

I [PL XVI. 5.] 

) 180*2 M '9 Similar to preceding. Similar, but I. y, r. f 

I [Danieil.] 

I [PL XVI. 6.] 

1 ■ 

.177 ill *9 ' Similar to preceding. Pyramidal baetyl, seen edgewise, a 

plain moulding running down each 
i edge; in field l.y, r, F : the whole 

I in incuse square. 

[PL XVI. 7.] 


Circa 125—385 b.c. 
Persic Standard. 


Staters. 


161 /E *9 I Beardless male figure with MA[P] Swan standing to 1. ; in j 
long straiglit wings, front, grain of com ; behind, ^ : : 
wearing drapery from incuse square. ^ 

•waist downwards, run- ; 

ning (in kneeling pos- ; 

ture) to r. ; holding in 
j both hands before bis 

i body circular disk, on 

which, star of eight | 

rays : border of dots. | 

[PL xvi. 8.] : 

157*2 /II *9 I Similar figure on exergual MAP Swan standing to 1. on 
line, with plume on exergual line ; in frmit, dolphin, 

head, and similar star head downwards ; ludund, O : , 

on disk : border of dots. border of dots, concave, field. 

[WhittalL] 

[PL XVI. 9.] 


163'8 /'ll *85 Similar to preceding. 


map Similar to preceding, but in ^ 
front fish downwards, and border i 
of dots not visible. ; 


[PL XVI. 10.] 





98 


CILICIA. 


No.; wt 


Mofcal- 
Size. i 


Obverse. 


.Reverse. 


15 164 


/R ‘SS; Similar to preceding. 


MAP Similar to preceding, but in 
front iisli upwards, and border of 
dots not visible. 

[Montagu Sale I., 647.] 

[PL XVI. 11.] 


16 159*6 \M *85, Beardless male figure as 
i on no. 12, but star on 
I disk not visible, and no 
I exergual line ; behind, 

I lotos-headed sceptre ; in 
front, caducous : border 
I of dots. 


17 


18 


162*2 


153-8 


map Swan standing to r. ; in 
front, altar ; below which, ear of 
corn and ^ : concave field. 


[PJ. XVI. 12.] 


M '85 Beardless male figure as 
I on no. 13, hut star on 
I disk not visible; be- 

: hind, ACHHi (1^3) ; 

in front, grain of corn: 
border of dots. 


M A A P Swan standing to 1., 
flapping wings ; in front, locust. 

[Bank Collection.] 


[PL XVI, 13.] 


M *85 


19 155*9 '-'Al *85 


Similar to no. 13, but star 
on disk not visible : 
border of dots. 


Inscription effaced. Swan standing 
L, flapping wings ; in front, fish 
upwards 1 ; concave field. 


Circa 385—333 B.c, 

Persic Standard. 
Staters. 


Youthful Dionysos, nude 
to waist, seated 1. on a 
vine-trunk, from which 
issue branches hearing 
bunches of grapes ; his 
r. raised, his 1. on hip : 
border of dots. 


/HAPAI Male figure, in long 
chiton, to 1. ; i\ extended (with 
goad'?) over yoke of oxen, which he 
drives to 1, ; in field above, winged 
disk ; L, grain of corn. 


[PL XVII. L] 




m 


NuJ Wt. 


Bize. 


30 i 163*3 /R *95 


Obverse. 


Head of Kronos r., bearded, 
wearing decorated tae- 
nia; behind, fish with 
long snoTit, upwards : 
border of dots. 

Same die as Z.f. JV., xii., 
pi. xiii. 13. 


Bo verse. 


MAA Demeter, wearing sphen- 
done, stephane, long chiton, and 
pepios hanging behind, moving to 
r.; in r. flaming torch, in 1. ears 
of com held downwards : concave 
field. 


[PL xviL 2.] 


31 


160 ;/R *9 Same die as preceding. 


M[AA] Similar to preceding ; but 
in field L, grain of corn. 


One twenty-fourth of Stater, 


2 ' 2 , 


7*3 lyR . ’Sbi Veiled head of Demeter 
I r.j wearing stephane, 

I earring and necklace : 

. border of dots. ; ", . 

I [PL xvn. 3.] 


Demeter as on preceding coins; but 
inoving to L, and torch in 1., ear 
of corn in r. : concave field. 


23 , 157 


Staters. 


M *951X116 King of Persia as ! The King of Persia as archer, bearded. 


archer, bearded, wearing 
kidaris and kandys, 
running to r.; he holds 
in r. a lance terminated 
by an apple, and in 1. a 
bow, 

[PL XVII. 4.] 


weaving kidaris and kaiidys, nun 
ning to y,; with r, he draws arrow 
from quiver at his back, in 1. In* 
holds bow. 

[Montagu Sale I., 655.] 


24 j 159*7 *9 


I Similar to preceding, but 
in field L, grain of 
corn. 


MAA Beardless Herakles, nude, 
to r., strangling lion ; the group 
stands on capital of a column ; in 
field L, club : border of dots. 

Same die as Eabeion, Les Perses 
AcMm., pi. iii. 14, and Imlioof- 
Blumer, Ann. de Num,^ 1883, pL 
•„v. 24. 

[PL XVII, 5.] 


100 


CiLICIA. 


No.' Wt. 


Obverse. 


I One eighteenth of Stater. 

8*9 iR '45 Similar to no. 23 : border Head of bearded satrap r., wearing 
of dots. Persian tiara : linear border, con- 

cave field. 

[PI. xvn. 6.] 


i ■ Staters. : i 

j , : 'V 1 

Athena seated L; r. rest- MAA Hermes and Aplirodite. 
i ing on spear, 1. elbow On 1. Hermes, with ciilamys fas - 1 
on shield beside her ; tened at neck, stands to front ; in 
behind, trunk of olive- r. caduceiis, 1. liand enveloped in 
' tree with two branches : chlamys and resting on hip ; on r., 
border of dots. Aphrodite, wearing long chiton, 

stands to 1., placing r. hand on 
Hermes^ shoulder, and resting 1. 
elbow on Ionic column beside her, 
[Whittall, 589.] 

[PL XVII. 7.] 


27 156*3 /R '95| Similar to preceding. MAA Nike kneeling to 1. on 1. 1 

knee ; 1. enveio})ed in peplos, in r. ! 
j pencil with which she traces the 

j word Afim 

, ' {PL XVII.. 8..] ^ , 

28 158*3 /R *85^ Bare head of Heraldes r., MAA Head of bearded satrap r., 

bearded, lion’s skin in Persian tiara, 
fastened round neck : 

! border of dots. 

I ; [PL XVII. 9. Same dies as Z. f. N., xii., pL xiii. 12.] 


For other coins of this time, piobably struck at Mailus, sec 
under Taksus. 


332 — 306 :b.g. 

For coins with the types of Aloxaialor th(‘ Great, perhaps 
struck at Mailus, see Miiller, Islnm, (VAler., 1308 — 1318. 





MALX^US, 


lOI 


MotaL 

Size. 


Obverse. 


Ee verse. 


i 306—145 B.a 

I"' ' 

' . . Ko corns," , 

145—125 B.c. 

I For Coins of tlie 8(3leueid Kings struck at IMallns nndcr 
j D(‘nnitrius II., see Gardner, B. M, CataL Selenrid Kings, 
i |). 59, no. 17, ]). 77, no. 21 (pL xviii. 1, xxi. 5) ; Imiioof- 
i Blnmer, Ann. de Nnm., 1883, p. 114, nos. 50 — 52; Babelon, 
■ liois de Sp'ie, pp. cxxxii., 119, pi. xix, 1. 

! 08 — 30 B.c. 


,iE *951 Head of Aiudlo r., two 
I plaits on neck : Ijordei' 
I of dots. 


MAAA£lT£iN Athena seated 
J. ; in r. [Nike], 1. holding spear ; 
beside her, shield ; in lieid L, 31 


[PI. xvij. 10.] 


: Tirijr^erial Coinage. B.C* 30— a.d. 211. 

[ . ■ . ■ d : ■:"/ 

; See Iinlioof-Bluiner, Ann. de Ntim., 1883, p. liO, nos, 55 fh 

Colonial Coinage. 249 — 200 a.d. 

(a.) Without beads of Emperors. 




[SACRA SINATUSjMAl^ I, OC O t.ONIA 

{/‘ic) Veiled fvuuile bust, Tycho, veiled and tiiiTeted, .-eated 

1. on rock between two Koman 
vexilla ; ' at her ieet, two river-gods 
swimming' in' different directions;:' 
border of dots. 

[PI, xvn. 11.] 


r. (the Komaii Senate): 
border of dots. 


^ 1 -2 1 From same dies as preceding. 

[Iinhoof-Blunier, Ami. del , 

Ninn., 1883, pi. vi, 42.] I , 


102 


GllilCU. 


■Ho. .m.;. 


Motal, 

Size. 


Obverse. 


Eoverse. 


32 


33 


34! 


35 


(&) With Iniperial heads. 

Hereniiia Etrusciiia. 

I ■ . '.'I 

I Bust of Herennia Etrus- ; Athena (on 1.) and Amphiloclios (on 


liE l-l 


Ml'l 


\M 1*2 


cilia r., wearing ste- 
phane ; crescent at 
shoulders. 


€R€NIANCV[P]RIS 

6TRVSCILLA(^«'<^) 


€R€NI[ANCVPRIS 
€TRVSCI]Ll,A(««'o) 
(Same die as preceding.) 


r.j. Atliena to r. ; in r. spear, ex- : 
tends 1. towards r. hand of Am- 
philochos, standing to 1., nude but ; 
for chlamys over 1. arm, and boots ; , 
betTveen them, boar to 1. j 

CO[UONIA 
S C (in field) 

MAULO (in ex.) 

[PI. XVII. 12.] 


SCCOI^ONIA 

[MAL^LO] (in ex.) 


Hostilian. 


SVAkENOCTI^ME 

cqviNTv/nc{6*/c) 

Bust of Hostilian r., 

* wearing radiate crown, 
paludamentum and cui- 


J31-25 


rass. 


MAl^U O CO CONIA 

Tyche seated between two vexilla, 
with two river-gods, as on nos. 30, 
31 ; on one vexillum S, on the 
other C 


Valerian I. 


IMPCLICVALE 
ANVSPIFEAVG 
Bust of Valerian r, 
reate. 


RI 


laii- 

wearing cuirass. 


H ALLOCOLON I A Amphiio- 

chos, chlamys round neck and over 
1. arm, standing to front, head 1. ; 
ill r., laurel-branch held down- 
wards ; at his feet, boar 1. ; to r., 
tripod on base, encircled by ser- 
pent ; in ex., S C 

[PI. xvn. 13.] 



MOPSUS. 


103 


No. I Wt. 


Metal. 

Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 


: I 


M. 0 P S U S (Mopsuestia). 


Under Antiochus IV. of Syria. 
(B.a 175—164.) 


'“15 Head of Antioclnis IT. r., 
diademed : border of 
‘ dots. 


M*YEAT*[N3 (Sie) Tripod;- m 
THSIEPAZ' :■ ■■ ■ exergue,: 

KAI M tC 

AVT»N*M*V 

[PL xvm. L] 


, [See also Gardner, Brit. Mus. Catal. Selencid Kings^ p. 40, 
j no. 58, ]>I. xxviii. 5 (with MO Y EATS N); Imboof- 
i Blumer, if. I V., x., p. 295 (with ZEAEYKEilN TX2N 

i npoz rni nYPAMni),] 


UE *8 


7K -8 


IE *8 


Head of Zeus r., laureate: 
border of dots. 


Second Geniury B.c. 

Lighted circular altar, on tripod- 
basis of lion’s legs. 

MOV EAT12N In field 1. W r. 


/E -8 


I Similar to preceding. 
[PI. XTIII. 2.] 


MOYEATI2N Below, lEP^ 

THZIEPAZ 

[K3AI 

[A]YTONOMo[Y] 


MOjYEATON Below, M IT 

TIHSIEPAZ 

K]AI 

AY]ToNOA\oY 



■iO't: 


CILICIA. 


'Hq; 


UataL 

Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 


•Date. 


11 (JS *8 

■ ; i' 


7 u'E ‘85: 


A\oYEAT«[N] Below, M H" 

TH2IEPAZ 

KAI 

AVT0N[0/v\0V] 


[MJoTEATqN Below, ^ ? 

THZIEPAZ 
[KAI] 

[AjVToNOMOY 


and 


Lnperial Coin age. 

(a) Without names of Emperors. 
Time of Claudius.^ 


yE -8 : Bust of City r., veiled and 
tiUTcted ; in frontj ear 
of corn. 


[T]ONOMOV Mopsos, nude 

MO YEATX2N to waistj 

T H L I E P A C standing to 

K AIAY L; in r., 

laurel-branch ; 1. elbow resting on 
tripod, hand enveloped in hima- 
tion. 

[PL xviri. 3.] 


(5) With heads or names of Emperors. 
Claudius. 


E -95 


OC[K3AAY Al 

OCKAI Head of 

Claudius r., laureate. 


MoY€ 

ATIIN 

IP 


in wreatli. 


1 A coin with the same types as no. 8 bears the date H | p (Combe, 
IKws. Hunter.^ p. 204, no. 4, pi. 38, 9). 


no 'i 

= A.D. 

42-43 I 



Momjs. 


105 


, Meffil. 




Size. 

Obverse. 

__ 

llovorBC, 

10 M 1-15 

Bust of Zeus r., laureate ; 

KAAYAIOC 

The Emperor, 


in front, eagle ? 

kaic:apn<°iPc 

wearing toga, 

j' ■■■ 1 

Bamo die as Invent. 

MOYEA 

standing to L ; 

' , 

Wadd., 4380. 

TilN 

in L roll, in r. 

1 ' ! 


TIP 

Kike, who Hies j 


towards him with a wreath, 

|Cf. Invent. Wadil..^ 4380 (different 
die), 

[PL xvni. 4.] 


liomitian and Domitia. 


11 /EM AVTOKPATilPKAI!AO/vMTIA[C]E[BACTH]1 M 
CAPAOMITIANOClOYEATnNEToBSP Bust of 
TEP/n Ifead of Domi- j JDomitia i\ [Traces of silver- 
tiaii ]., laureate. ! plating.] 


Hadrian. 


: sinvErw. 

12 /R 1 !A VTKAieETPAnA AAPIMOYEATWNnOAEWE 


PY!0E NEPYITPA 

APfANOCE and in! 
lie Id r. , TTT^ Bust of Ha- | 
diian r., laiireatej wear- 1 
iiig paiudamentiirii and I 
cuirass. ■ 

(Wt. 209 grs.) i 

[PL xvni. 5.] 


Eagle to front, wings displayed, 
head raised to r. ; between its legs, 
small altar on stand, lighted. 

[Ivaiioff (1863), 507.] 


BRONZE. 


13 Al 


*65'-.^ A API [A] NO, 

Head of Hadrian 
laureate. 


r,, 


[AAPIANWN? MlOYeATW 

Arrwei^Mtandn^ to front, wearing 
short cdnton ; in 1. bow, with r. 
she draws arrow from quiver at 
her back. 


^ AvrloKpdroop) Ka7{iTap') ©6(otJ) Tp(x{taP 0 v) Tlap{$iKov') vl{hs) &€(ov) 
N£/)(<>ua) vL(aiphs) Tp(aXaifhs) ^Adptaphs ^{e^airrhs) U[aT7}p) n(aTp/5us'). 


fJa Un 

113 

45-46 


162 

=A.n. 

94-95 



OttICU. 


Hadriau and Sabina. 


uLri Oo ay TKAieTPHAP CABEINACEBAAPIMOY EA 
lYlON EPYITPAAP TWNnOAEWC Bust of Sabina 

I llANOCCE and in r. r., as Artemis, wearing stephane, 

I I field, nn Bust of with quiver behind shoulder. 

; Hadrian r., laureate and Same die as Z. f. N., x., p. 293, 1, 

draped. pi. x. 18. 

(Wt. 192-9 grs.) [PL xviiL 6.] 


Antoninus Pius. 


15 /El 


AYTKAICTAIAAA AAPIANWNMOYEATWN 
ANTNNEINOCE Eagle, witb altar between legs, as 
YfTl Bust of Pius r., on no. 12. 
laureate and draped. 

(Wt. 208-8 grs.) 

[PI. XYIII. 7.] 


IB I/E 12 AYTKAILTAIAAAPiAAPfANWN MOYEATWN 


ANTWNEINOEE.«- 

Hoad of Pius r., bare. 


Artemis, wearing stephane and 
short chiton, standing to front, 
looking r. ; in 1. bow, r. draws 
arrow from quiver at her back * at 
her feet, stag r., looking 1. : ini 
field, ET ZL 

[PI. XYIII. 8.] 


207 

13940 


•95 AYTKAIETA[I]AAA AAPIANWNMO Y EATWN 


PANTWNEINOEC 

EY^ and in field, TT TT 
Head of Pius r., bare, 
with drapery on neck. 


Athena, wearing helmet and long 
chiton, standing to front, looking 
1, ; in r., Hike r. with wreath; 1. 
rests on shield ; beside which, 
spear : in field, ET Z C 
[PL XVIII. 9.] 


^ Or possibly ANTWNEINONEY 


MOl-SUS. ‘ 107 


No* 

^ Motal. 
Sizo. 

Obvorao. 

Eoverse. 

Dat/0. 

j 



L. Yerus. 


18 

^ M5 

■■■■■ . ... . ... .... ■■■■ : .. : 

AVTKAIAAYPH Al 

AAPIANnNM O YCATriN 

230 



OYHP!'OCCeB(«c) 

Nike to r., on globe ; carrying in 1. 
palm-branch over shoulder, in r. 

=A.D. 


1 . ■ ' 

Bust of L. Vei’iis r.. 

162-3 



bare-lieaded, wearing 
paludamentuiii and cui- 

wreath : in field r., and lighted 




rass. 

altar on stand. [PL xviii. 10.] 




Caracalla. 


19 

/El-35 

AVTKAIM AVPAN AAPIANWNMOY[€ATa)lN6 




TOON B Past 

TOYC - Mule to L, bridled, 




of Caracaiia r., bare- 

and wealing caparison decorated 




beaded, wearing palu- 

with fringe; between ears, three 




damentum and cuirass. 

leaves ; on his back, a wreath of 
iv 3 g [bow and quiver] . 




Cf. Imhoof-Bliimer, 3Ionu, 6V., p, 362, no. 40, 




Iment. IFadd., 4394. 




Macrinus, 


20 

M -85 

AVTKMOC€MAKP 

AAPA\OY€AT£lN€T 

285 



IN [OC]AVr Head 

€ 

= A.D. 1 



of Macrinus r., laureate. 

TT C 

217-18 




Aequitas, standing L; in r. scales, 
in 1. cornucopiae. 




Julia Paula. 

■■ 1 

i 

21 

iEl-05 

[l]OYAIANKOPNH 

MA(?)AAPIMOY€A€TZnC 

287 1 



Al ANTTAYAAN 

Eiver-god Pyramos, reclining L, 

= A.1>. 1 



Bust of Paula r. 

looking up ; in r. reed, 1. resting 
on overturned vase from wdiich 

219-20 

1 




water flows ; before him, nymph (*?), 
nude to waist, seated r., looking 

I 

i 




up, 

1 t 1 

: j 

i 


[PI. xvm. 11.] 


108 


OTLICIA. 


8izc. 


I oo: 


23 


ObverD©. 


lieverse. 


Hereunius Efcruscus. 


Um'^'\€m^K€CAPKYiep 

€AITPM€CA€KION 

Bust of Herennius 
Etruscus r., wearing 
radiate crown, paluda- 
ineii turn and cuirass. 


/El*3 


AAPA€KIAN WNMOTHI T 

Male figure (Mopsos '?), nude, 


standing to L 
bow(?). 


in r. phiale, in 1. 
[PI xvni. 12.] 


>Same dies as Invent. Wadd,, 4395. 


Valerian Senior. 


AVKAITTOAIOVAAC 
PIANOCC6 Bust of 
Valerian r., wearing 
radiate crown, paluda- 
nientum and cuirass. 


I .1 

24 'Jill-25; AVTKOVAA€PIAN 
OCC€ Bust of Va- 
leriau r., wearing ra- 
diate crown, paluda- 
mentuni and cuirass. 


[AA]PIOVArAA[AI]MOMY€ 


ATO) N 

with lion ; 


Herakles 1., 
in field 1. €T 

AKT 


wrestling 


AAPO[VAArAA]MOY€ATfl 
OIK OV [N 
M€ Nl 
KO C 
(in ex.) €TrKT 
Prize vase, on table with three 
legs.^ 


Bate. 


318 

=A.D. 

250-51 


321 

=A.'D. 

253-4 


323 

= A.D. 

255-6 


^ Cf. Babeion, Inveniaire Waddington, no. 4396. 


NAGIDUS. 


109 


•No, 


\Vl;. 


Mots’il . 

tSizc. 


Obverse. 


Itovcrse. 


1 li;3*8 \M *8 


158 


M ‘95 


¥ A G 1 1) TT S. 

Circa B.G. 420 — 400, 
Persic Standard. 
Staters. 


Aphrodite, draped, seated 
1. on throne with low 
hack, the arms of "wliich 
terminate in lion’s 
heads(l)^ ; her hair falls 
in three long plaits on 
her shoulders ; in r. 
phiale, 1. elhow rests on 
arm of throne ; at her 
left side, Eros standing 
L, wnngs raised; behind 
liiin, traces of inscrip- 
tion : border of dots. 


[NAr]IAEn[N] Bearded 

Dionysos standing to front, look- 
ing 1. ; he is nude but for ehlamys 
thrown over his shoulders ; in r. 
kantharos, I. rests on thyrsos ; in 
field 1., above, vine-leaf 1; below, 
^ : traces of shallow incuse circle. 


[PL XIX. 1.] 


Aphrodite, draped, seated 
1. on tlirone with low 
back and curved legs; 
hair taken up in sphen- 
done ; in r. phiale, over 
wdiich Eros approaches 
to crown her; in field 
r., astragaiosC?) : border 
of dots. 


N A r I A I KO N Bearded Diony- 
sos standing to front, looking 1 . 1 
he wmars wreath (or taenia), and 
himation over 1. shoulder and from 
waist downwards ; in r., vine- 
branch wdth leaves, tendrils and 
two bunches of grapes ; in 1. thyr- 
sos : shallow incuse circle. 


[PL XIX. 2.] 


1 This f oat lire has been mistaken by Seat mi (M'us. Eederr., ii., 
p. 289~Neii'mann, ii., Tab. ii. 8) for the letters ©£, Mionnet, 
Supp, vii., p. 236, no. 317, repeats Sestinfs description; the coin is 
‘identical with the other piece Mfourree described by Mionnet, iii., 
p. 596, no. 270; see Imhoof-Blnmer, Mom, Gr,, p. 363, 


110 


CILICIA. 


Obverse. 


i Circa B.C. 400 — 380 and later. 

i ■ 

Staters. 

Series I. 

160'2 /R *8 Head of bearded Dionysos yV An AEf2[>V] HeadolApliro- 
r., wearing ivy-wreatli : dite r., wearing bair in spiiendonej 
border of dots. and drop ear-ring : sbaliow incuse 

circle. [Devon i., 930.] 

[PI. XIX. 8.] 

j 157 Jl, '85 Similar to preceding, but /VAFIA [I K OA/] Type 

' of later style. similar to preceding, but of later 

style; Aphrodite wears triangular 
ear-ring and necklace : concave 
field. [Payne Knight.] 

[PL xis. 4.] 


154*2 Al *8 Same die as preceding. [A/'] ATI AIK O A/ Similar 

to preceding. 

[Montagu Sale L, 648.] 

[PI. XIX. 5.] 


Obols of tlie two previous periods. 

12*3 *35 Head of Aphrodite r.T [A/]AnA Amphora with pointed 

bottom: incuse circle. 

[Prom Mersina.] 

[PL XIX. 6.] 

13*4 HI -35 Head of Aphrodite L, hair A^AflAI Slightly bearded male I 
in sphendone : border head L; hair in curls on forehead, j 
of dots. and bound with taenia (Dionysos?); 

concave field. 

[PL XIX. 7.] 


12*3 HI 


*35 Head of Aphrodite 1. A/ A FI Bearded bead (Dionysos)!., 
(partly off the flan) : hair rolled : incuse circle, 
border of dots. ' [H. P. BorrelL] 

' [PL XIX. 8.] 




HAGIBUS* 


111 


No. 


\Vt. 


10 


11 


12 


9*8 


Moial. 

Bizo. 


Obverse. 


\jR -4 


11-3 |/ll -4 

(twice 
1 »i creed i ■ 


Head of Aphrodite r., 
wearing triangular ear- 
ring and necklace ; hair 
tied in bunch at top : 
border of dots. 


IloverHo. 


N A r I Beard ed head (Dionysos) r. 
hair rolled : border of dots. 

[Subhi.] 


[PL XIX, 9.] 


Siudlar; behind head, M 


Similar, but inscripiion not visible. 

[Rryne Knight.] 


159 


Circa B.c. 400 — 380. 


Series II. 


Staters. 


1G5 


.•R 'Oo^Aphrodite, draped, seated 
1. on throne with low 
back ; hair taken up in 
sphendone; in r. phiale, 

L elbow on arm of 
throne; at her side, 

Erots 1, : border of dots. 

Same die as luv. Wadd., 

4399 ; and Mionnet,iii., 
p. 596, no, 268. 

[PL XXX 10.] 


[N]Ari Bearded Dionysos stand- 

AEHN ing to L, hiination over 
L slioulder and from waist down- 
wards ; in r. vine-branch with two 
bunches of grapes, L resting on 
thyrsos : border of dots. 

Same die as Mionnet, iii., p. 596, 
no. 268. 


M '9 


Aphrodite, draped and 
wearing low polos, 
seated 1. on throne with 
back and footstool; in 
r. she holds phiale over 
circular wreathed altar, ; 
behind her, Eros 1. 
with branch in raised 
r. : border of dots. 

Same die as Mionnet, iii., 
p. 596, no, 269, before 
fracture. 


NAr!AEfl[N] Type similar to 
preceding, but only one bunch of 
grapes. 

[Montagu Sale II., 295.] 


[PL XIX. 11.] 




11*2 


CILICIA. 


No. I Wt. 
i 


Jletal. 

Size. 


Obverse. 


lie verse. 


13 


14 


i 13 


154 \M *9 


Same die as preceding, 
after fracture. 


49-4 


Inscription nearly obliterated. Type 
similar to preceding : traces of 
border of dots. Illegible grafEto. 

[From Mersina.] 

[PL SIX. 12.] 


T etr ob oL 


-651 Aphrodite, draped, seated 
1. on throne with low 
back ; hair in long plaits 
on shoulders; in r. 
phiale, 1. elbow on arm 
of throne ; behind her, 
Eros crouching 1., wings 
raised : border of dots. 


152-4 M -95 


NAHA Bearded Dionysos to 1., 
as on 23receding coin, with thyrsos 
and vine-branch with bunch of 
grapes ; in field L, uncertain 
symbol or letter O : concave field. 

[From Mersina.] 


[PL XTX. 13.] 

Time of Pharnabazus. 
(B.C. 379-374.) 
Stater. 


Aphrodite, wearing low 
polos, necklace and 
bracelets, chiton and 
peplos about lower 
limbs ; seated to 1. 
on throne flanked by 
two sphinxes, with 
curved wings and low 
poloi ; her 1. elbow^ 
rests on arm of throne ; 
with her r. she raises a 
flower to her nose : 
border of dots. 


Athena Parthenos standing to front, 
her weight resting on r. leg ; she 
wears triple-crested helmet, neck- 
lace and bracelets, aegis fringed 
with snakes, and Doric chiton 
schistos ; on her r., which is sup- 
ported by olive-tree, is Hike flying 
towards her with taenia held in 
both hands ; her 1. rests on shield, 
of which the inside and the snakes 
fringing the gorgoneion on the 
outside are seen : linear border. 
[Double- struck.] 


[PL XXX. 14. Same dies as Imhoof-Blumer, Monn, 6^r., pL G, 1 5.] 


HAeiDtrs. 


lu : 




'■Ifotai. 
; 'Sijfie.'' 


Ob^rso. 


Eeverso, 


10*8 


\M ' *45 


OboL 


Female head (Gorgoneion) 
facing, with curly flow- 
ing liai]’ ; the neck not 
indicated ; she "wears 
drop ear-rings : border 
of dots. 


Sphinx- seated L, with ■ curved 'winga^' 
and polos on head : traces of in- 
cuse square. 


153*8 \m *9 


1513 


M *9 


'[PL m.: 15.] 

Circa n.c, 374--333. 

SILVBK. 

Staters. 


Aphrodite, wearing polos, 
necklace and bracelets, 
chiton, and peplos about 
lower liniljs, seated to 
1. on throne; in r. 
phiale, 1. rests on arm 
of throne ; in field 1 ., 
Eros flying towards her 
with wreath in both 
hands ; before her feet, 
plant with flower and 
bud growing ; under 
throne, mouse 1. : border 
of dots. 

Pellet in exergue. Same 
die as Inventaire Wad- 
dington., no. 4404. 


Bearded Dionysos standing to L, 
wearing himation over 1. shoulder 
and from waist downwards ; in r., 
vine-branch with leaf, tendrils and 
hunch of grapes ; 1, rests on thyr- 
sos; in held L, initials of magis- 
trates, r. inscription : border of 
dots. 


NAriAIK[ON] 


A 

'IH:' 


In field L, TUNAIl : traces of 
incuse circle. 

[PI. XX. 1.] 


Same die as preceding. 


nahaikon 


A0H 

:5E.PI: 


}[pgxx|;2;3| 


m 


CIXilOIA, 


Ho. 

m. 

Metal. 

Size, 

ObverBo. 

Ee verse. 

19 

167 

JR -9 

Same die as no. 17. 

NAFIAIKON PY 





MO 





[Montagu Sale I., 650.] 




[PI. 5 

:x. 3.] 

20 

151-2 

M *9 

JJ 1 } 

NAr[I]AIKON PY' 


(pierced) 



0H 




[PI. S 

X 4.] 

21 

157 

^E1 

Similar. 

NAPIAIKON EY 





AOo 




[Pi. 2 

X. 5.] 

22 

155-3 

M *9 

Same die as preceding. 

NAnAIKON(sic) EY 





[Buntury Sale it, 376.] 




1 [PL 3 

:x. 6.] 

23 

145*5 

jii 

iSame die as no. 21. 

NAPIAIKON ± 





noAY 





[Payne Knight.] 




[pi.s 

X 7.] 

24 

;i53 

^1 

Similar, 

NAriAIK[ON] ± 





KA 





Below, tmeertain symbol (vase?). 





Countermark, eagle to r. ; in front 





of -which, trident. [Comhe.] 




[PL X 

X 8.] 

25 

156 

/U -95 

Similar. 

N[Ar]IAIKON TOA 





SI 




[PI. XX. 9.] 




^ PY is inscribed over AOH erased. 


HAGiPUS. 


115 


No. 


26 


Wt. 


150*9 


28 


M -55 


Motal. 

Si^c. 


jR -95 


Obvorso. 


Eeverise. 


Similar, but up, plant, 


Inscriptions purpoHely erasciti \ .Jn 
countermark, bull r. ; aljove wliicli,':' 
uncertain »syml)o].^ 

[PLttlO.] 


*5 


BR02fZE. 


Female bead r*, hair rolled 
(Aphrodite?), 


NA 

n 


[PL XX. 11.] 


Kantharos, 

[Prom Mersina.] 

[From Mersina,] 


For coins of the types of Alexander the Great supposed to 
have been struck at Nagidus, see Llliller, Nnm, (TAlex.^ 
nos. 1330— 1336. 


^ Cf. the coiinter]Bai*k on the coin of Holnii (Imhoof-.Bhinior, Monn, 
Gr,f pi. F 17=GV. p. 710, no. 503, where the syinbol is 


described as a club). 


CILICIA. 


Wt. 


Motal. 

Size. 


Obverse. 


Eo verse. 


N I IST I C A. 

[Colonia lulia Augusta Felix Ninica Claudiopolis.] 
Trajan. 


Head of Trajan r., lau- 
reate, drapery on 1. 
shoulder. 


^1-15 IM[PNER]TRA!AN 
CAEAVGGED AC 


Eagle standing to front, head r., 
wings displayed, between two 
vexiik. 

C0LCIVL]AVGFEUNINIC c 
LVV 


[PL XXI. 1.] 


-^105 impnertraicaes 
AVGGERDA C 




JSl-26 


CO[L] IVLAVGFELININIC 
CLAVD 

[George Finlay.] 


Septimius Severus and Julia Domna. 


IMPCACC U-CePT 
C€V€ _ - 
CUAVAIOPO _ _ 

Bust of Septimius Se- 
verus r., laureate. 
Countermarks : (1) six- 
pointed star, (2) Mfce r. 


_ _ DOMN AAVG • COL- IVL-A 
VG-F61^ NINICA -- Bust of 

Julia Domna r. 

[H. P. BorrelL] 


Severus Alexander. 


IMPCAErMAVR- 
r€V€R AL€XAN A 

€R(^) Bust of Severus 
Alexander r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum 
and cuirass. 


COLIVL-AVG 
F€WNI 


NIC'CLA 


(in ex.) 


VA- 

Dionysos, himation over lower 
limbs; in r, kantharos, in L thyr- 
sos ; seated on car drawn 1. by tv70 
panthers and a Silenos.^ 

[PI. XXI. 2.] 


^ Of. the coin of Epiphanea, Imhoof-Blumer, Gnech. Mwz., pi. xi. 13. 


HmiC4. 


IIT 


No. 

Wt. 

Metal. 

Size. 

5 

: 

^ 1-06 

() 


JE 1-3 

;:7:' 


,/E 1*05 

'8 


/EM 

i 

9 

i 

iEl'05 


C[F€1]LN mCLA Bust of 
City r., wearing turreted crown. 


IM€r€V*A[L]€XANA 
(l)€R 

Bust of Sevenis Alex- 
ander r., laureate, wear- 
ing paludaiiientum and 
cuirass. Countermarks : 

(1) (2) imcertaiii, 

(3) star. 

[PL XXX 3.] 

Severus Alexander and Julia Mamaea. 


Obverse. 


Beverse. 


iMPCMAVR-reve 

R*AL€ « . — Bust of 
' Severus Alexander r., 
wearing radiate, crown, 
paludanientum and cui- 
rass. Countermarks : 
(1) ®. (2) star. 


[IV]L/v\AM6AAVGNINIC 

[AjCLAV Bust of Julia Mamaea 

:':T, . 


Maximintis. 


IMPMAX IMINUr 

P^ Bust of Maximinus 
r., laureate and draped. 


IMPCSIVLVCRMA 
XIMIN ~ Bust 
of Maximinus r., lau- 
reate, wearing cuirass. 
Countermark, uncertain 
letter in circle. 


AXiMINVrPi 

AU Bust of Maximinus 
1 *., laureate, wearing 
paludamentuni and cui- 
rass. Countermark as 
on preceding. 


CLA 


COLNI N I 

,. U A 

Ijiliide male figure (Silenos 1), wear- 
ing boots, standing to r, ; r. raised, 
L holding wine- skin ? 

[PL XXI. 4.] 


-.^NIN[I] 

C 

CLAV (in ex.) 

Colonist piougliing to r. with yoke 
of oxen ; in background, vexilliim. 

[Huber Sale, 880.] 


COL N I NIC 
CLAV (in ex.) 

Temple, with four columns, con- 
taining male figure (the Emperor 1) 
standing to L ; in r. phialel, 1 
resting on spear or sceptre. 

[W. M. Ramsay, 1892.] 


118 


CILICIA. 


No. 

1 Wt. 

Metal. 

•Size. 

Obverse. 

Ee verse. 

10 

1 : , . 

1 

mi-i 

Same die as no. 8. 

NINIC OL CLA UAI 

O POLI (in ex.) 

Similar type to preceding. 

[PI. XXI. 5.] 




Head of Maximinns r., 
laureate. 

Turreted female bust r. (the City). 

: 11 


M -96 

1 MPMAXfMINVr 
PI 

COLNI N![CACL]A? 

12 


M ‘95 

[1] MPMAXIMINV 

rPI (Same die as pre- 
ceding.) 

COLN[l] NICAAU 

[PI. XXI. 6.] 


i 


Maximus. 

13 

1 ■ 

iEl-25 

L - VeiTMAXIMUr 

CA€ - Bust of Maxi- 
mus ^ r., laureate, wear- 
ing paludamentum and 
cuirass. 

COLNINIC 

CLAVA (in ex.) 

Wolf r., suckling twins under fig- 
tree. [W. M. i^msay, 1892.] 




* The bead on tbis coin bears more resemblance to Masiminns than 
to Maximus. 






0£iBA. 


m. 


m".. 


Metal. 

Siaie. 


Obverse. 


Eoverso. 


.D'ate^. 


0 L B A. 


End of First Century b.c. 


1 V ^ 1 


Throne of Zeus, three- 
quarters r.; in field L, 
EP border of dots. 
From same die as ZfN., 
xiL, p. 369. 


OABEXiN Winged tlmnderbolt ; 
in held, I N 


IE -9 


JE *75' 


[PI. XXI. 7.] 


Hioh-priests of Olba, and Governors of 
Lamssis and Cennatis. 

Ajax. 

A.D. 10/11—14/15. 

(a) Without heads of Emperors. 

Al ANTOZ r.,: TEYK: APXIEPE02 , Triskeies i: 
POV 1. Head of Ajax as’lTOnAPXOY , ^ 

Hermes r., in close- |<T ^ 

Httm" cap; lie wears |.|-m .iaw 
ear-ring and chkmys NAT- 

on shoulders ; in front, 
caduceus : border of 
dots. 


AAAAZZ 


[PI. XXI. 8. Niim. CJir., 1899, p. 189 f., no. l.j 

[APXIEP]E[nZ] TORAP Border of dots. 

AIANT[0]2: [K]ENNA[T] 

<Y A AAAAS 

TEVKPOY 

Triskeles r. : border of 
dots. 

[Pi. XXL 9. Nim. Ch\^ Lc., no. 2.] 


Year 

1 


120 


CIHCU. 


Ho. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Reverse. 

Date. 





Year 

1 

JE -85 

Similar to no. 2, 

APXIEPEO[X] Winged thunder- 

2 




TORAPXO bolt: border of 





KENN AT dots. 





AAAAZ 





<T B 




j [PI. XXI. 10. NmtL CJir,, no. 4.] 

1 


5 

M -6 

APXIEP 

TOflAPX Border of dots. 

” I 



AIANTPS] 

KENNAT 




TEVKPOV 

AAAAZ 

■ ' 



[ Tiinnderbolt : border of I B 




dots. 





[PL XXI. 11, Nim 

?„ 67/r., he., no. 7.] 


6 

M -6 

Head r., as on no. 2, but 

<X E Border of dots. 

5 



without caduceus or 

AIANTO 




inscription : border of 

TEVKPO 




dots. 





[PL XXI. 12. Num, Gh\, Z.c., no. 10, pL xii. 9.] 




(h) With head of Augustus. 




Head of Augustus r., lau- 

Thunderbolt ; around, and in field, 

1 



reate ; around, inscrip- 

inscription. 




tion. 



7 

M -95 

KAIZAPOZ r., ZEBA 

KENNATONKAIAAAAEZZE 

1 



ZTOV 1. 

ON] 





APXIEPE 



OSAIANTOZ 
TEVKPOV 
TORAXoV (sic) 

[PL XXII. 1. Ntm. Okr., l.c., no. 3 8.] 


OLBA, 


,, Metal. 
Size. 


8 ■JE '9 


ObTcrso. 


M *9 


10 


11 


'9 


JE *9 


KAtZAPOllE r., 

[BAZToY] 1. 


Beverse. 


[ KEN N ] ATO N K Al AA AAZZ 
EON 

APXIEPE 
OZAIANTOZ 

tevkpoy 
TonAPXoY 

A] . 

[Eamsay, 189'3.] 
[Same die as preceding, but after the 
correction of TOllAXOY to TO 
OAPXOY] [H. XXII. 2.] 
[JViiw. Oh-., I.C., no. 3e, pi. xii. 7 (rev.).] 


[KAIZAPOZZEBAZ] 

r., TOY 1. 


[KENNATON]KAIAAAAZZ 
EON 

[AP]XIEPE 
[0]ZAIANTOZ 
[TE]YKPOY 
[TO]nA[PX]OY 

[^y A] : 

‘ [H. P. Borrell.] 

INum. CliT,, I.C., no. 3 ^.] 


KAIZAPOZZE r., 
BAZToY 1. Same die 
as no. 8. 


KEFNNATONKAIAAAAZZE] 
ON 

[AIPXIEPEOZ 
[AJIANTOZ 
TEYKPOY 
TOOAPXOY 
XT'B" 

[PI. XXII. 3.] [Eamsay, 1892.] 
Olir., he., no. 8 8.] 


KA[IZAP0ZZE r., 
BAZjToY 1. Same die 
as no. 8. 


^K^NATONKAIAAAAZjZE 

[AP]XIEP[E] 

[OjSAlANTOZ 


[TE]YKPOY 

[TO]nAPXOY 

[<T 


{Nitm. €hr,^ no. B c.] 


122 


CILICIA. 


:N0.; 


Metal. 

Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse, 


(e) With liead of Tiberius. 


12 


IK *95 


13 


M ‘95, 


U\M *95i 

I pierced 


Head of Tiberius r., lau- 
reate; around, inscrip- 
tion. 


[ZEBAZTOZ2]EBA 

STOYKAIZAP 


Thunderbolt; around, and in field, 
inscription. 


K EN N ATO N KA I A A[ A ASZ E 
ON] 

APXIEPEOS 
AIANTOS 

t 

TEVKPOY 
TOHAPXOY 
EniAIOAO 

[PL mi. 4. Bunbury Sale II., 387.] 
[^tt}». Chr., he., no. 12 «.] 


ZEBAZTOZrEBEAZ 
TOYKAIZAP] Same 
die as precedmg. 


KEN[NATONKAIAAAASSE 

ON] 

APXIEPEfOZ] 
AlANTOt 

t 

TEVKPOV 
TOnAPX[OV] 
EniAIOAO 

[Waddington.] 

^Num. CJir., lx., no. 12 y 


ZEBAST02ZEBAZ 
TOYKAI2AP Same 
die as no. 12. 


[KENN]ATnNKAIAAAA[2Z 
EON] 

APXIEPEOZ 
AIANT02 
fT 
E - 

TEYKPOY^^^^^^ ^ 
TOHAPLXOY] 
[EniAIOAO?] 

[Waddington.] 

{Ntm. Chr.) l.c., no. 12 j/.] 


Date. 


Year 



OLBA. 


Size. 


15 /El lEBAZTOZZEBCAZ [KENNATONKAIAAA]A S 5 
TOYjKAIZAP Samel2!E[0N] 
die as no. 12. APXIEPEOS 

AIANTOZ^ 

TEYKPOY 

TOnAPXOY*^ 

EniAIOAO 

[PL XXII. 5. C/jn, I.C., no. 13 Cd] | 


16 '95 ZEBAZTOZXEBAZ Outer inscription obliterated. 

[TOYKAISAP] Same APXIEPEOZ 

die as no. 12. AlANTOZ^i 

TEYKPOY[E] 

TOnAPXO[Y] 

! EniAI0[A01 

! , [H. p; BorrelL] 


[_Nmn. Cltr., l.c., no. 13 e.] 


17 M -85= [SEBAZTOZSEBAZ I Outer inscription obliterated. 


jTOY]KAI[2:AP] Same 
! die as no. 12. 


APXIEPEOS 

AIANTOZ4i 

TEYKPOY[ET 

TOnAPX[OY] 

EniAIO[An] 


M. Antonins Polemo. 


Between a.d. 17 and 36. ; 

18 /El MAPKANTONIOY- AYNACTOYOABEnNTH[EI 10 
nOA[EA\nNOE]AP EPACKAIKENNATO] 

XIEPEOC Head of KAl 

Polemo r., bare: border AAAACEEO Thunderbolt, 

of dots. 4-1 

EniNEONO 

[PI. xxn. 6. Num. 07/r., 1899, p. 195, no. 2 /3.] 


* .BVoni same dies as Num, Chf,^ l,c,f no, 13 7. 


r 



CILICIA. 


124 


,S!m. 

Obverse. 

. Eeverse.;'. 

Date. 



Head of Polemo r., drapery 

Sacred throne, seen three-quarters r.; 




on neck ; around, in- 
scription: border of dots. 

around, inscription in two circles. 

Year 

19 


[MAPKANTO]NIO 

AYN ASTOYO AB EO NTH [S] 

11 



YnOA[E]A\nNOZA 
PXIE [PEOZ] 

IEPA[ZKAIKENNAT] 1 KAI- 
AAAAZZEON[4-I]A In Md 




I., triskeles r. [Bank Collection.] 




Glir., i 

I.C., no. 3 )8.] 


20 

Ml 

[A\APKANT]ONIO 

AYNAZTO[YOABEONT]HZ 




VnOAEMONOZAP 

IEPAZKAI[K]ENNAT 1 KAI- 




XI E [PEnZ] 

AAAAZZEON<-IA 




[PL xxii, 7. Num, €h\^ Lc., no. 3 y. Same dies as preceding.] ; 




For coins of the Kolvov of Lalassis and Cennatis, issued between 




A.n. 41 and 68, see Introduction. 




Imjpeiial Coinage of Olha, 




(a) Without heads of Emperors. 




Time of Hadrian. 


21 


iCIub tied with fillet: 

0 AB€ Crenellated tower : border 




border of dots. 

UN of dots. 




[PI. XXII. 8.] 




(h) With heads of Emperors. 




Hadrian, 


22 

M *8 

AYTO[K]Aie€TPA 

OAB6X1N Bust of Selene, wear- 




TTAP[Y]IAAPIANO 

ing stephane, to r., in crescent- 




Head of Hadrian, r., 
beardless, laureate. 

moon. 




[PL XXII. 9.] 



OLBA, 


125 




Motal. 

Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 


23 7E1 


2 - 1 : 


Antoninus Pius. 


[AVTjOKPATAP AjOABCHN Eagle L, ]i(?ad r., 

NTA Head ofi wings half-displayed, standing on 

Pins r., laureate. thunderbolt. 


M. Aurelius. 


M -TSIaVTKAIMAYP an 

Head of M. Aure- 
lius r., laureate. 


25 


M 


2 () 


27 


0AB€ an Caps of the T)io- 
skuri, surmounted by stars. 

[PL xxiL 10.] 

[H. P. Borrell, Catal. (1852), 299.] 


Faustina Junior. 


•9 ;<^AVCTINA C€BA 
ICTH^ Bust of Faustina 
Junior r. 




M -8 


0[AB6] a N 

thunderbolt. 


Winged 


L. Yerus? 


AVTKAI - 

Bust of L. Yerus (?) r., 
laureate, wearing palu- 
damentum and cuirass. 


AVTKAIAOV AVP 
OVHPOC Head of L. 
Yerus r., laureate. 


[A]AP*ANTW OAB€UiN MH 

Bust of Sarapis r., wearing 

kalathos. [PI. xxn. IL] 

[H. P. Borrell, Catal. (1852), 298 = 
Imhoof-Biumer, Gr» Munz., no. 
568.] 


OAB CAN Eiver-god, reclining 
L ; in r. reed, L resting on over- 
turned urn. 

[PL XXII. 12.] 


Date. 


m 


CILICIA. 


:Ko. 


Metal. 
■ V Size. 


m lMh2 

^ I ■ 


29 


30 


31 


MVU- 


Obverse, 


Reverse. 


AYTOKAIAOYAY 

PHOYHPOCC€ 

Bust of L. Veras r., 
laureate, wearing palu- 
damentuni and cuirass. 


The Emperors M. Aurelius to r. 
holding in L roll, and L. Yerus to 
L, joining r. hands ; between them 

OMO 


NOIA 


around, inscription : 


[A]APIANAN[Tn] NINIA 
[N]ANOAB6n[NM H -.»] 
[Devon.] 

Same dies as Z, /. V., xii., p. 370. 


(Uncertain countermark.) 


[AAPIAINANTA NINIA 
NANOABELANM 


A]1T5| 


Same dies as preceding. 


Caracalla. 


AYTO.KAICM AP* 
ANT-.- NOCC6B 

Head of Caracalla r., 
laureate. 


Ml 


H 


AAP ANT OAB€nNM 

KH Zeus, wearing himation over 
L shoulder and lower limbs, seated 
1. ; in r. globe, on which Hike r. 
with wreath; 1. rests on sceptre. 
[H. P. Borrell {Nmn, CJiron,, viii., 
1846, p. 5).] 


Geta. 


noc-- [r€TAC] 

KAICAP Bust of 
Geta r., wearing radiate 
crown and cuirass. 


OAB[€AN --]K€NN Diony- 
sos, nude, standing to 1. ; in 1. 
thyrsos, in r. kantharos ; at his 
feet, panther 1. [PL xxii. 13.] 
[W. M. Eamsay, 1892.] 


Date. 


PnitiADEWHlA. 


,T I Metal. 
Si.e. 


1 '\M -9 


2 i.®! 


3 UEM 


Obver«<.i. 


Keverso. 


P H I L A D E L P H I A. 


Trajan. 


[TPlAIANOfCKlAI- 
r€P AAK nA[P i _ _ 

Head of Trajan r., lau- 
reate. 


4>IAA A€A[<I> 61WNTHCKI 

HT Eagle to r. in tern I lie ^vith 
two columns, in pediment of wliich 
eagle to front, wings displayed. 
[PL XXJIT. 1.] 


Commodus. 


AVT«K M*A [KIOM 
OAOC €*B-(sn*) Head 
of Commodus r., lau- 
reate. 


<t>IAAA€ 

Eagle to 
columns. 


KIHTIA OC 

in temple with two 


Maximiniis, 


[AVT]KriOYH MA 
[E] I MCI NON Bust 
of Maximinus r., lau- 
reate, wearing paluda- 
mentum and cuirass. 


<I>IAAA €A<l>€aN KHTIAOC 

Zeus, wearing hiniation over L 
shoulder and lower limbs, standing 
to front, looking 1. ; in r. pliiaie, 
1. resting on sceptre. 

[Bank Collection.] 


[PL xxni. 2.] 


CILICIA. 


128 


No, 

Metal. 

Size.;;'' 

Obverse. 

'E'everse. 



SELEDCIA AD CALTGADNUM. 


Ml*2 


Second and Mret Centimes b . c . 
BEOUZE. 


/E '9 


M -85 


M *85' 


AeH Bust of 

Atlieiia r., in crested 
Corinthian helmet : 

border of dots. 


SEAEYKEn[N] ■Nike advancing 

1.; in outstretched r. wreath, [in 1. 
palm-branch ?] ; in field L, branch 
Op) and EY 


[PI. xxni. 3.] 


Head of Athena r,, in 
crested Corinthian hel- 
met, wearing necklace ; 
behind, letters: border 
of dots, 

EY 




Nike advancing 1. ; in outstretched 
r., wreath ; aroiiiul, inscription ; 
in field L, magistrates’ initials or 
monograms. 


ZEAEYKEiiNT^iNnPOSTifitlK 

AAYKAAN^l| 

rE 

(Incuse circle.) [Devonshire.] 


NnPOZXnKAAVKAAN 

m 

A 

LEAEYKEIiNTnNnPOETn 

kaaykaanui 

A 


Date. 


* Of, Mionnefc, iii., p. 599, no. 287. 


BELEBCIA AB CALYCABKtIM. 


129 


No. 

Wt. 

M'otal. 

Hize. 


5 


M 'Df> 

Ol^l 



M -95 

XA 

7 


-9 

XA 

8 


M *9 

i'' 

XA 

1 

9 

! " 

M -95 

XA 

10 

! 


M -9 

i 

xn 

i 


Obverse. 


Ec 5 verso. 


Inscr. as on no. 2. 


ASH 

[■W. M. Eamsay, 1892.] 


X E[A EYK EQNTjQN U POSTQ I 
YAAYKAANQI (su) 

A©H 

m 

[R. Paj™ Knight.] 


i Inscr. as on no. 2. 

A!0<^ 
HPA 

[PI. xxin. 4.] 


XEAEYKEQNTQNnPoXT[fl| 

KAAYKAA]NQ| 

NKI 

KAA 

[W. M. Ramsay, 1892.] 


XEAEYKEQNTQNnPOZTQlK 

AAYKAANQI 


In front, branch P 


I: NH 


Z[ E A EV K Eq NToN n POXJTQ K 
AAVKAANq 

xn 

/TV 


< Cf. Mioanot, ui., p. 599, no. 288. 

2 Cf. Mionnofe, Supp. vii., p. 240, no. 327. 


CILICU. 


Metal. 

Size. 


Obverse. 


M -75 


Head of Apollo r., lau- 
reate, hair in formal 
curls ; behind, letters : 
border of dots. 


£Y1 


Reverse. 


Forepart of horse r. ; arotmd, in- 
scription; in field, above and below 
type, magistrates’ initials. 


/E -75 3 




iE -7 


E -95 


EY 


ZA 


ZEAEYKEQNTQNTrPosrTQll 
KAAYKAANQI 
AO 
A A 

[PI. xsiii. 5.] 


Z[EAEYKEa]NTQNT7P05:TQ| 
KAAYKAANOI i 

Ai 
AO 

[E. Payne Knight.] 

ZEAEYKEQ[NTQNn]PoZTQ| 

KAAYKAANai 

AI 

HPA 


ZEAEYKEQNTQNTTPOZ[TQIl 

KAAYKAANQI 

IM<n 

KAA 


Bust of Artemis r., lau- 
reate; at shoulder, bow 
and quiver; in front, 
branch; behind, HOA 
border of dots. 


XOY Athena standing to 
nOAEMAP ^ L; L resting on 
UN shield, in r. Mke 

CEA6VKE to r. with wreath. 

[H. P. Borreil, Catal. 300.] 


[PL XXIII. 6.] 


^ Of. no. 8 above, and Mionnet, p. 240, no. 328. 

nOAEMAI C€A€YK€mN. 

ihe third letter in the first line is badly made (like all the rest) bnt 
somewhat resembles y. There is no trace of | in the name of the 
people. Both forms £ and £ are used. 


SEI^EirCIA AD CIADTCABK0M. 


m 


No. 


Wt. 


16 


17 


18 


Motal. 

Size. 


Obverse. 


Eevorse. 


188*4 


M *8 


MhU 


Billon 

1‘2 


Imperial Times, 


(a) Without heads of Emperors. 


C€A€V K€ Bust 
of Athena r., wearing 
crested Corinthian hel- 


met and aegis : border 


of dots. 


Inscription obscure [AlOC K]0 
VPIA?! Owl to l.j on olive- 
branch. 


{h) With heads of Emperors. 
Hadrian. 


ETOYD KAYTKAI 
TPAAPIANO[Y]C 
EB[nn]"“ Busts of 
Apollo r., laureate, and 
Artemis 1. with quiver 
at back, confronted. 


CEAEYK EnNETimiPKAA 
YTHCIEPKAIACAVT Athena 
to r., with shield and spear (?) strik- 
ing down, serpent«footed giant. 
[Sabatier CataL, 1856, no. 29.] 


Antoninus Pius. 


BILLON. 


AYTKAIAAPIA AN 
TilNINOCCEB and 

under head, -nn* 
Head of Pius r., lau- 
reate: Met border. 


[PI. xxiii. 7. 


C€A€VK6 nN TONOPOC 

Til and below throne, 

KAAVKA 

Zens, wearing himation about 
lower limbs, seated L; in r. eagle 
r., 1. resting on sceptre. 

Apparently the same coin as Bev. 1859, 

p. 286, pi. ix., no, 2.] 


1 Cf. Imhoof-Blumer, Qr, p. 712, no. 573. 

* Of, Imlioof-Blnmer, CIrieclu Munz,^ p. 713, no. 575; 


Babelon, 

IfivenL Wadtl., 4157. Year K=*A,b. 137. The ty]>e of tbe obverso 
may ropresunt Hadrian and Sabina disguiBcd. as Apollo and ArteiniH. 


il 

* 


■■ 


■I 






I 


^ 1 * 



US 


CILIOIA. 


Ho. Wfc. 


Metal. 

Size. 


Obverse. 


;Eeverse. 


19 


198 


20 


21 


22 


23 


186 

(pierced) 


Bilion 

1 * 05 | 


M -95 


M : - 75 ' 


M -75 


Billon 

M 


AYTOKAIAAPIA 
[ANTANINOCCeB] 
and imder head, TTTT 
Head of Pius r., lau- 
reate : fillet border. 


CeA€YK€A[N - - POCTA 
KAAYKAANAI Zeus, wearing 
himation about lower limbs, seated 
1; in r. Hike r. with wreath, 1. 
resting on sceptre. 


BEONZE. 


AAPIANTANI 
NOCC€B Head of 
Pius r., laureate. 


CeAeVKT TTKAAT l€P 

Athena standing to L; in r. Hike 
r., i. holding spear and resting on 
shield. 


M. Aurelius. 


AYPHAIOC KAICA 

P Bust of M. Aurelius 
1., bare-headed. 


Laurel-branch, with pendent fillets. 


C€A€Y KeWNKAA 

[W. M. Eamsay, 1892.] 
[PL xxiii. 8.] 


lC€A€Y K€CjaN[KAA]i 

(Same dies as preceding.) 

Sept. Severus. 


BILLON, 


AV K AC€- C€OVH 
pocn €PTAvrv 

{sic) Head of Sept. Se- 
verus r., laureate. 


C€A€VK6ANTAN 'TIP O 
CTAKAAV K and in inner 
circle A A N A 
Hike to L, r. foot on globe, wings 
raised ; in r. wreath, in L palm- 
branch ; in field 1. C r. € 

[PL XXIII. 9.] 


^ B. M. CataL Qalaiia, p. 275^ no. 48, pL xxxiii. 5. 



SEIiB0CIA AD CA1YCADH0M, 


133 


No.| 

i 

m 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Eeverse. 




BEOKZE. 




AVK-AC* C€OVH 
POC Head of Sept. 
Severus r., laureate. 

Tyche standing 1., wearing kalathos ; 
in r, rudder, in L coriiucopiae. 

i 

M; 


M *85 


CCACVKCANTAN TTPOCK 
AAVKA and in inner circle ANA 

55 

i 


M -9 

(Same dies a 

C€A6V[K€AN3TAN HPOC 
K AAVKA and in inner circle 

ANA 

[Bunbnry Sale H., 387.] 
s preceding.) 



. 

Sept. Severus and Julia Domna. 

1 


iBl-2 

AVTKAJAC€nC€0 
VHPOCIOVAIAAO 
MnAC€BAC Busts 

of Sevorus r., laureate, | 
and Domna I., con- i 
fronted. 

Same die as Mionnet, iii., 
p. 601, no. 301. 

C€A € VK € ANKA AV K 

Athena to front, head r., in ipiad- 
riga (horses to r. and L) ; in r. 
spear, in h shield ; in foreground, 
below, two serpent-footed giants, 
one on 1. prostrate, the other on r. 
about to hurl a stone. 

[PL XXIII, 10.] 

27 


iEl-2 

Same die as preceding. 

TA N TT POCKAAVKA A 
in inner circle N A 
and in ex. C€A€VK€ 
n N 

Dionysos r., in car drawn by two 
panthers; he carries thyrsos as 
goad in r., panther’s skin over out- 
stretched 1. arm ; with L ho pours 
wine from kantharos over panthers’ 
heads ; in front, nude male figure 
(Silenos), kneeling on i. knee, look- 
ing up and stretching out r. hand 
to catch wine-drops- 

[PL xxiii. 11.] 




! Same dies as Mionnet, iii., p. 601, no. 301. 


CIT4GIA. 


No. 

Wt. 

Metal. 

'.■'■.Size.',';" 

Obverse. 

Eevcrso. 




Julia Domna. 




BILLON. 



Billou 



28 


1 

lOVAIAAO MNC€ 

CCACYKCANTANTTPOCTA 




BAC Bust of Domna r. 

KAAVKAANA and in field C € 





Tyche standing 1., wearing kala- 
thos ; in r. rudder, in 1. cornu- 





copiae. 




[PI. XXIII. 12. Apparently the same coin as BevrNtmi., 1859, 




p. 286, pi. 

ix., no. 5.] 




Caracalla. 




BILLON. 



Billon 



29 

195-5 

1-1 

AVKMAVP ANXn 

C€A€VK€ANTANTTPOCTA 




N 1 N OC Bust of Cara- 

KAAV in inner circle K A A 




calla r., laureate, wear- 

N A and in field C € 




ing cuirass. 

Herakles standing to front, head r., 
wearing lion’s skin fastened round 





throat and hanging over 1. arm ; in 
r. bow with arrows in case, in 1. 
club. 





[Wigan.] 




[PL XXIV. 1. Apparently the same coin as Meu, Nmn.^ 1859, 




p. 286, pi. ix. 6.] 




Macrinus. 

30 


M 1*15 

AVKM0nC€0 VH 

TANTTP OC TA KAAVK 




PMAKPI N OC 

and in ex. C€A6VK€[A] 




Bust of Macrinus r., 

[N] 




laureate, wearing cui- 

Infant Dionysos, nnde, seated to 




rass. 

front on throne, attended by three 
Koryhantes, one on each side and 
one behind, each wearing helmet 
and heating shield with sword. 





[PL XXIV. 2.] 




[Nihm. Gh\^ 1895, p. 103, 

pi. V. 16 ; J. B. 8., 1897, p. 90, 




pi. ii. 

18.] 


SlLroCIA AD CAliYOADHUM. 


,,- 4 . >. 


ill* 


131 


Motal. 

Size, 

Obverse. 

Bo verso. 

MhU) 

AVKMOTTCeOV HP 

KAAV [K] AANA 


MAKPINO Bust of 

and in ex. C€ A€V K€ 


Macrinus r., laureate, 

AN 


wearing cuirass. 

The Emperor and Tyche. Em- 
peror, wearing military dress, 
stands to 1. ; holds in i. spear ; 
with r. he crowns Tyche, wlio 
stands to L, wearing kalathos ; in 
her r. rudder, in L cornucopiae. 


Diadumenian. 

M *7 

MonAIAAOVANT 

C€ A€ VK€n Humped bull 


HNK Bust of Diadu- 

in ex. N walking 1. ; 


luenian r.. bare-lieaded. 

above, star and crescent. 



[Wigan.] 


[PI. xsiv. 3.] 


Severus Alexander. 

iEl*25 

AV K M AVPC €0 

C€A€Y K€ Athena t., with 


VHPAA€Z[A] 

AN K shield in h 


NAPOC 

A A and spear in 


Bust of Severus Alex- 

r., striking 


under r., wearing radiate 

down serpent-footed giant, who 


crown, paludamentum 

hurls stone witli r. 


and cuirass. In counter- 
marks, K ^ 

Same die as Mionnet, iii., 
p. 603, no. 308. 

[PI. XXIV. 4.] 


Bust of Severus Alexander 

Nike to front, wings raised, holding 


r., laureate, wearing pa- 

ansate tablet inscribed €A€V 


ludamentum and cui- 
rass. 

0€PAC 

Ml‘3 

AVK-MAVPCeOVH 

C€A€VK6AN TAN nP[0 


i — 

1 

1 

1 

< 

< 

Cl 

CTAKIAAV 


Countermarks, and 

and in field K A 


K? 

AN A 

[W. M. Ramsay, 1892.] 


No. 


Wt. 


31 


32 


33 


34 


i 


136 

CIUCTA. 

I 

No. 

m 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

I Eeverse. 


35 


^1'3 

AV-KMAVP]C60V 

C€A€VK€nN TAN HPOC 





HPAA€---] 

Tn[KAAV] 





Countermarks, and 

and in field K A 





K 

AN A 

‘ 




[Same dies as preceding.] 





Gordian HI. 


36, 


^1-3 

[ANITANIOC rOP 

G€A€VK€ANTATTP OCTA 





AIANOCG6 

KAAV in inner circle KA 





BAG 

inex. €A6Ve€P 





Bust of Gordian III. r., 

under throne AG 

; 




laureate, wearing palu- 

Zeus, wearing himation over 1. 

1 




damentum and cuirass. 

shoulder and lower limbs, seated 





Countermark, ^ 

1. on throne with hack ; in r. Hike 





Same die as Mionnet, iii., 

r. with wreath, 1. rests on sceptre. 





p. 604, no. 312. 



37 


i-El-3 

ANTANIOC rOPA 

G€A€VK€A NTA TTPOCT 

't 

I 




lANOG 


1 




G€BA 

and in inner circle AAV KAA 





Bust of Gordian III. r., 

NA 

1 

il 




laureate, wearing palu- 

Athena standing to L; in r., Hike 

1 

vri 




damentum and ci^irass. 

r. with wreath and palm-branch ; 





Countermark, A 

1. resting on shield, beside which, 






spear. 






[Bimbury Sale II., no. 386.] 

1 




Same dies as Mionne 

t, iii., p. 604, no. 314. 


38 


Ml-2 

[ANTJANIOG TOP 

G€A[€VK €AT NTAHP OC 





AIANOG[G€BATOG 

and in inner circle KAAV 





(sic)] Bust of Gordian 

Athena r., with spear in r., shield 





III. r., wearing radiate 

in 1., striking down serpent-footed 





crown, paludanientum 

giant, who hurls stone with r. 





and cuirass. Counter- 






mark, ^ 






Same die as Mionnet, iii., 






p. 604, no. 313. 


' 




* The division of this part of the inscription is not clear. 

r '3 


SRr.RTJCIA AID GAWCADKn’M* 137' 


Ho. 

Wt. 

If eta!., 

■■ ''Size."': 

; , dbrerse.v.'; 

■, Eeverse.'^''' 

39 


/Ei-ar) 

[A]N[T]ANIOC r [0 
PAIAN0CC€] 

BAG 

Bust of Gordian III. 
[Same ilio as no. 36.] 
Uouiitermaik, ^ 

C€A6VK€A ' NTATTP[OCT] 
A KAAV 

and in, inner circle KAAN A 
■ Female ■ figure, (turreted Tyclie), 
seated 1. on throne ; in 1. cornuco- 
piae, 1 % placed on summit of small 
distyle shrine inscribed CV N ? ^ 

■ T€A:I..':.: 

ioc? 

40 


/E 1*3 

ANTANIOC rOPA 
IANOCC6 
[B]Ae 

Bust of Gordian III. 
[Same die as no. 36.] 
Countermni'ks, ^ and 

K 

C6A€VK€AN TATTPO 
CTAKAAV 

in inner circle K A AN 
and in field €A€ A 

vee G 

p 

JSTike, moving to r. ; in r. wreath, 
in 1. palm-branch. 

[W. M. Eamsay, 1892.] 

41 


l/E 1-35' 

A[N]TANIOC inO 
PAIANOC 

C€BA 

Bust of Gordian HI. 
[Same die as no. 87.] 
Countermark, A 

G€A[€]V KG A NTA[TTPO] 
GKA AVKA 

in inner circle ANA 
and in field 6A 

A 

€P 

E’ike, moving to L; in r. wreath, 
i in L palm-branch. 

[H. P. BorrelL] 

42 

I 


iEl‘45 

[A]N[T]ANIOC ro 
PAIANOCC€ 

BAC 

Bust of Gordian III. 
[Same die as no. 36.] 
Countermark, ^ 

C6A6VK€A NT ATTPOCT 
nKAA(m^ 
and in field, €A€ N 

ve€ A 

PA 

c 

Mke to L, 1. foot on globe ; in r, 
wreath, in 1. [palm-brancli]. 

[PI, XXXV. 7.] 


I ^ Of. Miomiet, iii,, p* 604, no. ,315, with €AeV0€PAC, wliiclj , 
i liowGver, cannot bo read here. 


138 


CiLIGIA. 


No. 

wt. 

Motal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

■ 

Beverse. 

43 


/El-4 

ANTANIOC rOPA 

CeA€VK6 AN TATTPOCT 




lANOC 

AKA in inner circle AV 




C€BA 

and in field €A€ 




Bust of Gordian III. 

ve€ 




[Same die as no. 37.] 

PA 




Countermark, ^ 

c 




Nike to 1., 1. foot on globe ; in r. 
wreath, in 1. palm-branch. 


44 


/El'3 

ANTEANIOC rjOP 

C€A€VK€ [AN TAUIPOC 




AIANOC 

TAKA in inner circle AV 




C€BA 

and in field €A6 




Bust of Gordian III. 

vee 




[Same die as no. 37.] 

PA 




Countermark, ^ 

c 




Same type ; from same die as pre- 
ceding. [H. P. Borrell.] 


45 


^1*3 

ANTANIOC rOPA 

K€ ANTATTPOC TA 




lANOCCe 

in inner circle K A A V 




BAC 

and in ex. C€A€VK 




Bust of Gordian III. 

Two Nikai r. and 1. confronted, 




[Same die as no. 36.] 
Countermark, ^ 

placing with both hands on a 
three-legged table a wreath, within 
which [€]A€ 





[V0]€ 

PAC 

[PL XXIV. 5.] 




[From the same dies as M: 

Lonnet, iii., p. 604, no. 312,] 

46 


M 1*15 

ANTANIOC rOPA 

K€[A NTIATTP OC [TA] 




IANOCC€BA[T]OC 

(sic) Bust of Gordian III, 

KA in inner circle AVK 
and in ex. [C€A]€[V] 

The Emperor L, crowning Tyche L, 




r., wearing radiate 



1 

crown, paludamentum 
and cuirass ; from same 
die as no. 38. Counter- 

as on no. 31. | 




mark, ^ 



SELEUCIA kJ> CALtOABHUM. 


U2 


NoJ Wfc. 


47 


48 


49 


MotaL 

Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 


.^ 1-4 


Ml'B 


/El‘5 


Gordian III. and Tranqiiiliina. 


Busts 


of Gordian III, 
wearing radiate crown, 
paludamentum and cui- 
rass r., andTranquillina, 
wearing stephane L, 
confronted ; around, in 
three circles, inscription. 
MANTANJOCrOP 
AIANOCC€ KAICA 
BINIA N I TPANK 
VAAI NANIC6B 
(sic) Countermark, on 
neck of Gordian, A 

[PI. xxiY. 6. Same dies as Mionnet, iii., p. 
slightly tooled(?).] 


Busts of Apollo laureate, r., with 
laurel-branch behind him, and 
Tyche 1., wearing kalathos, with 
cornucopiae behind, confronted ; 
around, in three circles, inscrip- 
tion ; 

C€A€VK6nNTATrP OCTA 
KAAV 

and in inner circles 

€A€Ve€ KAAN 
PAC A 


606, no. 320? 


Busts of Gordian III. r. 
and Traiiquillina L, as 
on preceding ; around, 
inscription. 

[MANTA]NIOCrO 
PAIANOCCe [KAI 
CABINIA N] ! TPA 
NKV[AAI N]AN1 

[C€]B(s^c) Counter- 
mark, on neck of Gor- 
dian, ^ 

Same die as preceding. 


Busts of Gordian III. r,, 
and Tranqiiiliina L, 
confronted, as on no. 
47 ; around, inscription. 
MAN[TA]N|OCrO 
PAIA]NOCC€ KAI 
€]ABINI[A N31T 
>A]NKVAAI NAN I 
C€B (sic) Coimter- 
maii, on bust of Tran- 
quillina, A . 
vSame die as no. 47. 


Busts of Apollo laureate, 1., with 
quiver at shoulder and branch in 
front, and Tyche r,, wearing kala- 
thos, with cornucopiae behind, 
confronted ; around, inscription : 

C€A€VK€ANTA[N]TrPOCT 
A KAAVK 
in inner circle AANA 
and under busts [€]A€Ve€ 
PAC 


Similar to preceding, but Apollo bas 
the branch behind him, and no 
quiver; inscr. : 

C€A€VK€nNTnnPOCT 
n KAAV 
KA 

and below, ANA 

€A€V0€PA[C] 

[Devonshire, Catal. 1)67.] 



CILICIA. 




No 

Wt. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Eo verse. 




Philip Senior. 

50 


Ml-5 

AVTKMIOVAIOC4>l 

Aimrocce 

B 

Bust of Philip Sen. r., 
wearing radiate crown, 
paludainentum and cui- 
rass. Countermark, 
Same die as Mionnet, iii., 
p. 606, nos. 323-325. 

C6A€VK€A[NTANrr]POC[T 

A] in inner circle KAA 
below €A€Ve€P 

AC 

Busts of Apollo laureate, L, and 
Tyche, wearing kalatiios and with 
cornucopiae behind her, r., con- 
fronted. 




Trebonianus Callus. 




Bust of Callus r., wearing 
radiate crown, paluda- 
inentum and cuirass j 
around, inscription. 

Busts of Apollo r., laureate, with 
branch in front, and Tyche 1., 
wearing kalathos, with cornucopiae 
behind, confronted ; around and 
in field, inscription. 

51 


M 1-45 

AV[K]rAIOVA[IT]P 
€ B[n]rAAAOCi 

Same die as Mionnet, iii., 
p. 607, no. 327. 

C€A[€]VK€nNTnNnPOC 

THK 

and in field AAVK 

AA 

f\ {sic) 

m: 


M1-Z5 

AV[KrAIO]VAI[TP 
€ BnriAAAOC 

Same die as preceding. 

K€nN [T] ANUPOCKA AV 

in field KAA 

N 

A 

and below C€A€V 

53 


.®!l-4 

[AVK]rAlOV[AITP 
€ BinrAAAOC 

Same die as preceding. 

TANTrP[0 C]TAK[A] AVKA 

in field AN 

A 

and below C€A€VK6 

AN 


" OVAI for Vhbiii^!' 



SELlUCrA AD OADTGADNUM. 141 


No. 





^ wt. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Itoverse. 




Voiusian. 

54 


iEl-15 

AV-KTAOVIB AB 

C€A€VK€ [A] NTAN 




IN-rAAAO[C] Bust 

TTPOCK 




of VoiusiaTi r., wearing 

AAN {sie) 




radiate cro%vn, paluda- 

Athena r., with shield on 1. arm, 




meiitum and cuirass. 

spear in r., striking at serpent- 
legged giant who hurls stone with 
r. [PL XXIV. 7.] 





[Bunbury Sale IL, 386, ‘‘Galli- 





enus.”] 




"Valerian L 

55 

\Mh2 

A[V3K-- -AA€PI 

TTPOCK AAV 




AN Bust of Valerian L 

KAA 




OC r., wearing radiate 

N 




crown, paludanientum 

A 




and cuirass. 

and below C€A€ 





Busts confronted of Apollo r., lau- 
reate, with branch in front, and 





Tyche L, wearing kalathos, with 
cornucopiae behind. 





[Bunbury Sale II., 386.] 

56 


^1*1 

AVKTTOAIK OVAA 
€PIAN[OC] Bust of 
Valerian r., laureate, 
wearing palndamontum 

C€A€VK[€] ^ANKA 

KA {«vx*) 
and in ex. AV 

Goddess(l), wearing long mantle, 
on horseback to r. ; before her, cir- 
cular altar, garlanded and burning. 

[and cuirass 1]. 




[PL XXIV. 8.] 




Gallienus. 

57 


iBM 

AVKnAK(sfc) FA A 

CeA€VK 6 ANKA 




A 1 H N Bust of Galli- 

AVKA 




OC enus r., lau- 

AN 




reate, wearing paluda- 

and below, A 




nienturn and cuirass. 

Athena r., with shield on 1. arm, 
spear in r., striking at serpent - 
legged giant who hurls stone with r. 


1 ^ Or CeA€VK[6nNT]nN Of. Miomiot, I 

: y, 246, no. 364. With tho type, cf. Curacesiimi, no. 1, Ti. xi. 8. 



CILIOIA. 


Lem 


Motal. 

Size, 


Obverse. 


Bevei’se. 


LE1‘2 


Bust and titles of Galli- 
enus, from same die as 
preceding* 


^-.TTOAIKINrAAAl 

Bust of Gallienns 

r,, wearing radiate 
crown, paludamentum 
and cuirass. 


C€A€VK € nN[K] A 
AVKA 
AN 

Athena and giant, as on preceding 
[H. P. BorrelL] 


com. 


CeACVK € ANTTKAAEV]! 
K A A N A 

Nike, moving to front, head 1. j 
in r. wreath, in 1. palm-hranch. 


1 Or possibly C6A€VKe[AN]TANn ''•v-A.. Cf. Babelon, 

Invent. Wadd., 4481 . 


SBLimTS-TBAJAlOPOLIS. 


148 


No. 


Wt. 


Motal. 

Bisso. 


Obverse. 


Rovorso. 


SELINUS-TRAJANOPOLIS. 


Septimius Severus. 


1 ^ 1-3 


AVTKAJ ACCTTTC 

€OV Bust of Severus 
r., laureate, wearing 
paludamentum and cui- 
rass. 


TPAI ANO GCA INO 
■ and- in ex. :. THCI6PAC, ' 

Temple -with four columns, within 
which the Emperor Trajan as 
Zens enthroned 1. ; in r. thunder- 
bolt, 1. resting on sceptre ; in 
pediment, 0€ 

OVTPAI 


Beverus Alexander. 


ze31'25iA-KMAVP* C€VHA 
A€[Z]ANAPOC 

Bust of Severus Alex- 
ander r., laureate, wear- 
ing paludamentum and 
cuirass. 


TPAI AIN C€ A INO (aw) 
and in ex. THCI6 
Type similar to jireceding, but in 
pediment, 0€ 

TPA. 

[Ivanotf Catal., 525.] 


[PI. XXIV. 3.] 





..144 


CILICIA. 


Ho. , Wt. 


Metal. 

Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 


SOLI. 


Circa 450—386 B.O. 


Persic StandarcL 


Staters, 


163'3 


S Bunch, of grapes on stalk : the 
O whole in dotted incuse 
square. 

[E. Payne Knight.] 


' /E *8 i Archer, nude, kneeling 1. 

I on 1. knee, wearing 
pointed cap; at his 1. 
side quiver and bow- 
case containing strung 
bow and arrows ; he 
looks along an arrow 
which he holds in both 
hands: border of dots. 

[PL XXV. L] 

Same dies as Babelon, Parses Ach, no. 147, pL iii. 8. 


165-5 


Archer, kneeling 1. on 1. 
knee, wearing garment 
about loins, and cap 
decorated with curved 
wing; at his 1. side, 
quiver and bow-case 
with cap terminating 
in a crook ; he looks 
along the string of his 
bow, which he holds 
in both hands: border 
of dots. 


/R *85 in field r., Athenian 


Bunch of grapes on stalk : 
incuse square. 


in dotted 


SOA E.?1A/ in field 1., laurel- 
helmet 1. I branch with berry obliterating the 

SI [E. Payne Knight.] 

[PL XXV. 2.] 

Of. Babelon, Lc., no. 148, pi. iii. 9 (from different dies). 





SOLL 


, , -f-' f' "0,^' ■ 


145 


No. Wt. 


McfcaL 

Size. 


4 ! 101 


1' '■■■ 

i Obverse. 

1 

Koverse. 

the arebePs cap pointed 

SOAEilN tendrils attached to 

and decorated with 

the stalk ; in field r., a fly. 

wing; in field r., un- 


certain symbol.^ 



[PL XXV. 3.] 


yll *9 I As preceding ; symbol (if 
any) off the flan; ex- 


157-3 M ‘9 


163*3 


1GP2 


Al *8 


ill *8 


47-6 i/R -5 


ergual line. 


SOAEftN As preceding, but 
above, A 0 


[PL XXV. 4.] 


As no. 3, but without 
symbol ; exorgual line. 


SOAEHN 

and above, tP 
Type and symbol as on no. 3. 

[PL XXV. 5.] 


As preceding ; no symbol 
or exergual lino visible. 


SOA[Efl]N and above, A 0 
tendrils attaclied io the stalk ; iii 
field r., 2 Ko dotted incuse 
square. 

[PL XXV. 6.] 


As preceding; exergual SOAEflA/ and above, A/ 1 
line. 3'ype and synd)ol as preceding, 

no incuse square : border of dots ; 
concave field. 

[PL XXV. 7.] 


Tetrobols. 

ArcberkneelingL,examm-: SOAEflN Bunch of grapes on 


stalk ; in field r., laurel-branch 
downwaixls : the whole in clotted 
incuse square. 

[Bunbury Sale II., 379.] 


ing bow, as on staters, 
but apparently nude; 
around, in field, four 
ivy-leaves : border of 
dots. 

[PL XXV, 8.] 

^ Described as * ossolet(F)M>y Babelon, Pm-c.s Achein., p. 20, no. 150. 

. ' ■ . ■ U 



s CILICIA. 


Wt. 

; Metal. 

' Siiio. 

Obverse. 

1 Eo verse. 



Archer kneeling 1. exam- 
ining bow, as on staters. 

Bunch of grapes on stalk, in dotted 
incuse square. 

56 

i-R *55 

details of type obscure. 

3 AO tendril attached to stalk. 

55 

*65 

ill field r., same symbol 
as on no. 3 ; exergual 
line : border of dots (?). 

SOAEIl ill field r., fiy. 

52 ■ 

\M. *6 

1 

exergual line : border of 

SOAEflA^ two tendrils attached to 


12*1 1/E *35 


13-2 |/ll -35 


145*4 


dots. 


stalk; intieldr., border of dots; 

no incuse square ; concave field. 
[PL XXV. 9.] 


Head of archer 1., wearing 
pointed cap decorated 
with curved wing and 
circular ear-rin". 


Obols. 

§ O Bunch of grapes on stalk. 


I dotted incuse square. 

[PI. XXV. 10.] 

tendril attached to stalk : border of 
dots ; concave field. 

[PI. XXV. 11.] 


Staters. 


M *8 


149*4 Al *85 


Head of Athena r.j wear- 
ing necklace and crested 
Athenian helmet, on 
which griffin r. 


Bunch of grapes on a stalk placed 
diagonally in dotted square within 
incuse square. 


I no inscription ; the stalk extends 
beyond the dotted square, and has 
one tendril and one leaf. 

[Bunbury Sale II., 377.] 

[PL XXV. 12.] 

I the stalk has two tendrils. 

[PL XXV. 13.] 


SOI^l. 


14? 


1 


Motal. 



No. 

Wt. 

Si/.o. 

ObveriHe, 

Reverse. 

16 

148‘4 

M *8 

.. .:■■■: ■ ■■ . ■■ 

;■ ■- 

border of dots. 

traces of on the* flan 





outside the incuse square, wdiieh 
is not dotted ; the stalk has one 
tendril : in corners of incuse 
S(|uare, T 1 ^ 




Similar head r. : border 

Bunch of grapes on stalk, with two 




of dots. 

tendrils and vine-leaf. 

17 

149-2 

M -95 


5 OAI concave field. 




[PL XXV. 14.] 1 

18 

15G-2 

JR -8 


SOAIO^' ; • a"'-' V 




. [PI. XXV. 15.]' ; 

19 

153-2 

M -85 


SOAION the stalk has two ten- 1 





drils and two leaves ; in field r., | 
crescent : border of dots ; concave 1 
■^:.held. 




[PI. XXV. 16.] 




Obols. 

20 ' 

11*6 

lift' ;35 

Head of Athena r., in 

\AO Bunch of grapes with tendril: 




Athenian helmet (with- 
out crest ?). 

tlie whole in incuse square. 




[Barbarous.] 

21 

12 

Al -4 

Head of Athena r., in 
crested Athenian hel- 

SOAEfiN Bunch of grapes wdth 




tendril ; concave field. 



■ / ' ■■ 

' ■ met. ■ 

[Bunbury Sale II., 379.] 



i 

::v' [PI.'X3 

JV. 17.]aa.; ^ A 

22 

8-2 

JR -35 

Similar to preceding : 

SOAEilN Bunch of grapes with 




border of dots. 

tendril; slightly concave liekl. 





[Wigan.] 

23 

95 

M *35 

Similar to preceding : 

S : 0 Al Bunch of grapes with 




border of dots. 

tendril ; in field r., star of eight 
points. [Bank Coll.] 




[PI. XXV. 18.] 




1 Of. Combe, Mus, Hunter. , pi. 51, dO; .Leako, IVio;/.. J/elL, ]>. 12:1. 


148 


CIMCIA. 


I ,,,, Metal. 

Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 


Tetarteinorion ? 

3*3 M *25 Similar . to preceding : I Bunch of grapes in linear circle; 
border not visible. i concave field. 


Cvrca B.C. 400. 

(xUtribution to Soli uncertain.) 


T etr ob ol. 


51*5 \jR *C Batticmented walls of a King, wearing Persian tiara with 
city with three towers ; plume standing out behind, and 
above, seated to 1. on long cloak, riding to 1. on horse- 

throne, a king (of back ; his bow-case seen above 

Persia), holding in both crupper of horse ; in front, vine- 

hand.s spear ; behind branch with bunch of grapes : the 

shoulder, bow-case or wlrole in dotted square ; traces of 
end of sceptre 1 ; facing incuse square, 
liim, draped figure r. 

(king of Cilicia?), rest- 
ing both hands on scep- 
tre ; ill field above, ^ : 
linear border. 

[PI. XXYL 1.] 

Babelon, Ferses Achem,, p. xxvi,, fig. 4. 


Tiribazus. 


B.O. 386—380. 


Stater, 


! 26 158*9 Al 


of I Ahura-mazda to front, head r. wear- 


(’^nnn) on ing 

r. Baal, bimation on tern 

1. shoulder and about Pen 

lower limbs, standing loto 

to 1. ; 1. resting on circ] 

sceptre, r. extended be- 
neath eagle flying 1. : 

[border of dots], 

[PI. XXVI. 2.] 


ing polos, nude to waist, his body 
terminated by winged solar disk of 
Persian form ; in r. wreath, [in 1. 
lotos-flower] : the whole in incuse 
circle. [R. Payne Knight.] 


149 


No. wt. 


Obverao. 


Eovorse. 


I j Later Satrajial Coinage. 

27jl52‘3|/E *9 Head of bearded Herakles [SO A] I KO N HeadofSatop 
! r., wearing lion^s skin r., bearded, wearing Persian head- 

I I fastened round neck : dress ; concave field, 

j I border of dots. [K. Pajiio Knight.] 

I I [PI. XXVL 3.] 


[For other Satrapal coins of this time probably issued for 
Soli, see under Tarsus.] 


Circa 385 — 333 b.c. or hiier. 


iss i4ps,,m.:p: 


Staters. 

Head of Athena r., in Bunch of grapes on stalk, with two 
triple - crested Corin- tendiils and vincdeaf, 
thian helmet ; she wears 
ear-ring and necklace 
and drapery round 
neck ; her flowing hair 
confined by a cord : 
linear border. 

in field, L APO, r. owd to r.; below, 

SOAEUN 


29 145-3 \M -9 


30 1 152*3 Ur *9 


in field, above 50AEn[N], I. 
APOA and rose on stalk, r. owl j 
r. : linear bor«ler. 

[R. Payne Knight.] 

[PL XXVI. 4.] 

infield, above SOAEJQN, 1. AP 
0AAn[Nr]^ and star of seven 
points, r, owl r. : linear border. 

[PL XXYX. 5.] 


^ Cf. Babolon, Invmt Wadd.^ 4500. 



150 


CILICIA. 


Ho. 


Wt. 


I Metal I 
Sisso. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 


31 


151-2 


32. 


129-5 


33 


34 


35 


36 


/R -9 


Al -9 


8-9 


I in field, 1. kantharos and ZH NOZ, 
below [SOAE] n, r. owl r. ; 
slightly concave field. 

[Bixnbury Sale II., 379.] 

[Pi. XXYI. 6.] 

in field, 1. rose and 4>IA, below so 
AEHN, r. owl r. ; slightly con- 
cave field. 

[Montagu Sale I., 652.] 

[PI. XXTI, 7.] 


Obol? 


M *4 


M *5 


JEl 


/E *9 


Head of Athena r., in 
crested Corinthian hel- 
met : border of dots. 


SoAE n[N] Bunch of grapes, 
with tendril and leaf (I) ; in field, 

A P 


[PL XXVI. 8.] 


For coins of the types of Alexander the Great, supposed to 
have been struck at Soli, see Miiller, Num. (VAlex,, nos. 
1319—1329. 


BEOXZE. 


Head of Athena r., in 
crested Athenian hel- 
met. 


SoAE^N Bunch of grapes on 
stalk, with two tendrils and leaf ; 
in field, A G 


[PL XXVI. 9.] 


Circa B.o. 300—80. 


Aegis with winged gorgo- 
iieion in middle : border 
of dots. 


ZO A E^N Goddess (Aphrodite^), 

wearing turreted crown, riding r. 
on bull ; in field, above, ^ > L, 
behind the bull, an eagle standing 
L, head r. : border of dots. 
[Imhoof-Blmner, Journ, Hellen, Stud., xviii., p. 165, no. 10, 
pi. xii. 9.] 

I 

Same dies as preceding. 

[PI. XXVI. 10.] 



SOLI. Ml 


No. 

Wt. 

' /'Size.;'",:' 

/Qbverse. •■■;/; 

lloverse. 

37 

U -75 

Head of Athena r., wear- 

iSOAEUN Bearded Dionysos^ 




in" crested Corinthian 

witlr bull’s horns, standing to front, 




helmet : border of dots. 

wearing long chiton ; in r, kantha- 




, 

ros, 1. rests on thyrsos ; in .held 





above ^ , below : border of 




clots. [Bank Coll.] 




[PI. XXVL n.] 




Cf. Leake, Nm 

I. Hell, p. 123. 

38 


iE. *8 

■■ ■ 

Similar to preceding. 

S^AEIIN „ Similar, tO: preceding,:.-^ 

' 




but in field L, above below HT 




Plead of Artemis r., 

Athena, wearing long chiton, hghting 




wearing stcphaiie, 1 ) 0 w 

to r, ; on 1. shield, in r. thunder- 




and quiver at shoulder : 

bolt. 




border of dots. 


39 



Behind head, ^ 

ZOAEflN la field I., W 




[PL XX 

VI. 12.] 

4:0 


iE.,-85 


ZOAEON In field 1., N( 




/'/ ■ ■■ ■ ■ 

border of dots. K 

41 


M *85 

Head of Athena r., in 

SOAECi[N] Owl standing three- 




crested Corinthian hel- 

(|uartcrs r., head facing, on ex- 




met ; border of dots(?). 

crgual line ; in field, E 





' : © ■■> : : 





[PI. XXVI. 13.] 



i 

Head of Tyche r., lau- 

Gaps of tlio Dioskuri, each sur- 




i reate, veiled and tur- 

j mounted by a star, and having a 




reted : border of dots. 

; cord attached. 

42 


M *8 


Below, ZOAEqN 





APT [Blacas.] 




[PI. XXVI. 14.] 



,152 


CILICIA. 


No 

i Motal. 

1 Size, 

i Obverse. 

Reverse. 

43 

M -75 


Below, SOAEoN 




^ [R. Payne Enight.] 

44 

m: *8' 


Below, 5IOAEo[N] 

m 

45 

M: *95 

Beardless radiate male 

2;0 A E^N Athena, seated L, in 



liead T. (Helios)^ : bor- 
der of dots. 

r. Hike; beside her, shield. 



[PL xsvi. 15.] 

46 

M -7 

Head of Athena r., in 
crested Corinthian hel- 

5;oaE^N Eagle r., on thunderbolt; 



in field 1., I^E : [border of dots '?]. 



met : border of dots. 

[H. P. Borrell.] 



With title PoMPEioPOLis. 



Circa B.o. 66.— 

-Imperial Times, 

47 

i 

M *55 

Two bunches of grapes 
on a stalk ; below, ^ : 
border of dots. 

n O A\ n H 1 between rays of 
six -pointed star : border of dots. 



[Pi. xx?n. L] 



With head of Cn. Pompeius Magnus. 

48 

M *95 

Head of Pompeius r. ; be- 

noNnHPnOAITflNEToYC 



hind, uncertain object 
in front, star of eight 
points and lituus : fillet 
border. 

IQ Athena, standing to 1. ; in r. 

Kike r. with wreath and palm, in 

1. spear, at foot of which shield ; 
infield, r. AP^0, k Nl : fillet 




border(l). 0E 




NA 



[PI. xxviL 2. Imhoof-Blumer, Z.f. W., x., 297,] 



* Of. the coins of Ehodes, 
pi. xl. 17. 

B.c. 166 — 88, B. M. Catal. Caria, &c., 

1 • 


® Possibly tbe sacrificial ewer, wrongly called praefericiilum, which 
sometimes accompanies the head of Pompeius on Roman coins of his 
family (Babolon, Monn. ii., p. 353, no, 25, je, 354, no. 26,- 



cf. p. 342, no. 6). 

1 


Date. 


16 

= B.C. 

51-50 


SOLI-POMPEIOPOIJS. 


153 


Ko. 

Metal. 

Bizo. 

Obverse, 

j Eeverso. .. . 

Date. 

49 

Ml 

Similar head r. ; behind, 
same symbol : fillet 
border. i 

nOMOHI NAAP 

Athena 1., as on preceding (hut 
spear not visible) ; in field, 1. H , 

r. fillet border. ^ 

96 

rrA.D* 

30-31 


50! /El 


51 :.E 1*05 


52 \M *8 


53 M 1 


51 - M *8 


Similar head r. ; in field 
i\, star : border of dots. 


nOMnHIOnOA€ITWN 

Qfvt p Athena L, as on preceding 

coin; in field, 1. TfAAK, r. MH 

N6/v\A 

[Cf. Babelon, Inveut. Wadd,^ 4514.] 


rNTTOM nHioc noA\nHio[no] AeixncN 

Similar head r.: fillet . OKC] Tyche seated to L, wearing 
border. I turreted crown and veil, on seat 

decorated with sphinx ; [at her 
feet 1., river-god swimming 1. : 
border of dots]. 

[Same dies as Tmlioof-Blumer, Jour, Ilelleth StmL, 1898, 
p. IGG, no. 15, pi. xii. 14.] 


Similar head r. 


nOMnHIOTTOAl ^ « Athena 
seated 1. ; in r. Kike r. witli 'wreath, 
I, resting on spear, at foot of wh iclx 
shield ; in field I., KO ? ; in ex- 
ergue, A ? 


With other types. 


'Shxle portrait head r. 
(M. Antonins?) : border 
of dots. 


nOMriHIO Athena seated 1. ; 

nOAITllN in r. Nike r. 
with %vreatli, in 1. spear; her shield 
leans against her seat ; in field 
I, above I, below' Z 


[PL xxvn. 3. Of. Mionnet, iii., p. 613, no. 356,] 


Similar head r. ; behind, 
trace of letters ? : border 
of dots. 

[Same die as Paris speci- 
men, no. 12'L] 


no MnHionoAEixnN 

Nike advancing r. ; in r, wreath, 
in 1. pahn-braneb ; in fiebl r., RJ 


149 

=AJ). 

83-84 


229 

=:A.D. 

163-64 



154 


OlIilCIA. 


No, 


; Motal. 
Size. 


55 


mi 


Obverse, 


:Ee verse.. 


Date. 


nGMnH[IO] TTOAeiTAN 
Bust of Amtos r,, wearing cloak, 
looking upward. 


0KC Bust of Chrp- 
ippos to r., wearing 
cloak, 1, hand touching 
hiri beard. 

' [Pi. xxvii. 4. Imhoof-Bliiiner, Joiirn. Hellen. Stud., 1898. 
p. 167, pl/xil 17.] 


56 


M 0 InoNTHIO TTOA6IT 

iAN Bunch of grapes 
' on stalk : border of dots. 


0 K C Star of eight points 
border of dots. 


57 Lb *95 


[PL xxviL 5.} 

Imj)erial Coinage, 

Bomitian. 

AOA\[ITI]A[NO nOMOHIOnOAEIT^N 

J Head of Doniitian p/v\ ^ Athena standing 1. ; 
r., laureate. in r. Nike r. with wreath, 1. rest- 

ing on shield ; in field I., AH 
AA 
KA 

Commodus. 


58!ie]P.35!AVT.KAI-AVP 

Bust of Commodus r., 
laureate, wearing palu- 
damentum and cuirass. 


TTOMnHlOTTOAE ... N ^ 

Pern ale figure (the fountain Su- 
nias) reclining 1. ; in r. cornucopiae, 
I, resting on overturned amphora ; 
in exergue, oHmco 
[V]NIAC 
[PL XXVIL 6.] 
[Devonshire CataL, 425.] 


Julia Domna. 


5d\Ml'3 ;[l]OVAIAN 
:A[NC€]B 
i Domna r. 


AOMN 

Bust of 


nOMTTHIO n OA 

Zeus, wearing himation over 1. 
shoulder and lower limbs, seated 
L; in r. phiale?, 1. resting on 
sceptre ; at his feet, eagle to front, 
wings spread, head r. ; in field, 

rs [C] 


229 

=A.I). 

163-64 


152 

=:A.D. 

86-87 


263 

=A.D. 

197-981 





SOLI-POMPBIOPOLIS. 


m 


Metal. 
^0- Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 


Date. 


60'iEIi-25|!OVAIAN A^MNA 
NC€B Bust of Domna r. 
[Same die as preceding.] 


61 'Mhl 


nOMHHIono ACITtDN | 303 

Zeus seated 1., as on previous coin, I =A.i). 
but without eagle; in r., phiaie ; 197-98 
in field, PS] C 


Geta, 


[^.„C€]nTIMI [P] 
6TACKAI Bust of 
Geta r., bare-headed. 


[n]o[M]nHionoA€i . . n 

Bust of Aratos r., wearing cloak, 
looking upward. 


Gordian III. 


62 \m D25* AYTKM ANTPOPAI 1 
'ANOCC€[B] and ill 
field, TT IT Bust of 
Gordian III. r., wear- 


63 




64 


ing radiate crown and 
cuirass. 


AYTKMANTPOPA 
IANOCC€B and in 

field, TT TT Bust of 
Gordian III. r. 

[Same die as preceding.] 


M 1-25! AYT[KMAN]TPOP 
AIANOC[C€]B and in 
field, n n Bust of 
Gordian III. r. 

[Same die as no, 62.] 


Of) ^1’25 


[AYTIKMANTPOP 
AIANOCC6B and in 

field, TT TT Bust of 
Gordian III. r. 

[Same die as no. 62.] 


noMHH \0 [n]OA€ITnN 

Poseidon, nude but for chlamys 
over J. arm, standing to 1., r. foot 
on prow; in r. dolphin, 1. resting 
on trident ; in field, T 

A $• 

nOMTTHloTTO A€ITANfTA 

Apollo, laureate, nude but for 
chlamys over 1. arm, and boots, 
with quiver over 1. shoulder, 
standing to 1.; in r. laurel-branch ; 
before him, burning altar ; in field 

h, r 

[Same die as Tmboof-Blumer, Journ, 
EcIUk Bind,, 1898, p. 168, no. 21.] 


Tr[oM] TTHIOTT oACITAN 

CT Similar type, but without 
* altar ; in field, A 9 


nOMHHIO n OAeiTAN 

Dionysos, bearded, wearing hiina- 
tion (over 1. shoulder and middle 
of body) and boots, standing to 1. ; 
1. resting on tbyrsos, in r. kantha- 
ros; at his feet, panther 1., head 
r, ; in field, /v ^ 


306 

=:A.D. 

240-41 





156 


CIHCIA. 


i Mutal. 


Obverse. 


Ee verse. 


Pliilip Senior. 


66i/El-2 AYTKIOY<l>IAITnTO TTOMTTH I O TTOAIAT 311 
1. ! NEYCC6B and in Helios, nude but for chlamys over =a.d. 

1 field, [IT] TT Bust 1. arm, radiate, standing to 1. ; r. 245 -46 

j i of Philip Sen. r., wear- hand raised and open, in 1. torch ; 

! I ing radiate crown, palu- in field L, % ^ 

i i damentum and cuirass. [PI. xsvii. 7.] 


1 Philip Junior. 

67 iE116 A\|OVA4>IAITr |[TTOA\]TrH|OTT oaiATA[(['?] 


[K1AICAPC6 Bust 
of Philip Jixn. r., bare- 
headed, wearing palu- 
damentum and cuirass. 


Artemis huntress to r., wearing 
short chiton and boots ; on her 
head, two horUvS ; with r. draws 
arrow from quiver at her back, in 
1. bow ; beside her, stag r. 

[PI xxvii. 8.] 


SYEDBA. 


157 


No. 

Wt. } 

1 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Keverse. j 




S Y E D E A. 



■ 

Trajan. 

1 


M -95 

KAICAPN6PO VA 

CY€AP€(jON Demeter, wearing 




CTPAIA--- Head 

long chiton and peplos, kalathos 




of Trajan r., laureate. 

on head, standing to L; in r. ears 
of corn and poppy, I. resting on 
long torch. [PL xxvii. 9.] 

2 


M *75 

[KAIC]APN[eP] OY 

CY€A P€W[N] across field 




TPAIANOC Head 
of Trajan r., laureate. 

Demeter, wearing long chiton, 
standing to front, head 1. ; in r. 




phiale, L resting on sceptre or torch. 




[PL XXVII. 10.] 




Hadrian. 

5 


M -75 

AYTAAPIANOCKA 

CY €A PeWN Demeter, 




IC[AP] Bust of Ha- 

wearing long chiton, standing to 




drian r., laureate, wear- 
ing cuirass. 

front, in r. phiale, L resting on 
sceptre. 




M. Aurelius. 

4 


JE *7 

[AYPJHAIOC KAI 

CY €AP €WN Male figure 




CAP Head of M. Aure- 

(Apollo 1), wearing short chiton, 




lius r., bare. 

chlamys and boots, standing to 
front, head L;dn r. phiale, L rest- 





ing on sceptre. 

5 


A3 1-3 

AYTKAIMA AYPA 

CV GAP € AN The Em- 


NTANINOC Bust of 
M. Aurelius r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum 
and cuirass. In counter- 
mark, 


peror, with spear in r., charging to 
r. on horseback over fallen enemy. 


158 CILICIA. 


;;Hov, 

Wt. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Reverse. 

6 


M -7 ' 

OKANTW 

Bust of M. Aurelius r,, 
laureate. 

CY[€] A PEW N Female 
figure (Aphrodite?), wearing long 
chiton, standing to front, head r. ; 
in 1. mirror (?), r. lowered. 

* [H. P. BorrelL] 




Septimiiis SeverUvS. 

7 


.E -9 

AYKAIA Bust 

of S. Severus r., lau- 
reate, wearing paluda- 
mentum and cuirass. 

CYEA P CAN Euke ad- 

vancing to h; in r. wreath, in 1. 
palm-branch. 




Maximus. 

8 


/E '75 

r lOYOYH MASl 
MOC KAI Bust 

of Maximus r., bare- 
headed, wearing palu- 
damentum and cuirass. 

GYEA PEWN* (corrected from 
P€N^) Prize vase containing 
two palm-branches. 

[PL XXYIl. 11.] 




Philip Senior. 

9 


^1-3 

A[Y] KMIOYA.<I> 
lAinnOCCCB Bust 
of Philip Senior r., lau- 
reate, wearing paluda- 
mentuBi and cuirass. 

C YEA PEAN Demeter, 

wearing long chiton and pep] os, 
standing 1. ■ in r. ears of corn, L 
resting on sceptre. 




Trajan 

Decius. 

10 


yEl*2 

AVTKAIC-..--CKV 

TPAIANACKIPCC6 

B Bust of Decius r., 
laureate, wearing palu- 
damentum and cuirass. 

CV EAPEA N 
and in ex. TYMNACI 

APXIA 

Gymnasiarch’s oil-basin ; above 
it, three one-handied cylindrical 
vases, of unequal sizes ; on each 
side, palm-branch. 


SYIDBA* 



im 





I Voiusianus. ■ 

J] -9 UvKfAAOVOAO V CV€ 

i CCt ANOCC€ Bust of AP€ in laurel-wreath. 
Voliisian r., laureate, AN 
wearing paiudamentum 
; : and cuirass. 


I Valerian Senior. 

M i-2 I AYTKAinOAIKOVA CY €A P € AN Aphrodite on 
I ACPI AND N C € L, Ares in middle, and Hermes on 

I BA Bust of Valerian r., all standing to froiit ; Aphrodite 

i r., laureate, wearing wears long cl u ton and peplos, and 

j “ j paiudamentum and cui- looks r., L on liip, r. lowered ; 
i I pass; in front, I A Ares, wearing helmet and cuirass, 

i [Same die as Mionnet, iii., looks 1. ; Hermes, wearing boots, 

! p, 618, no. 382.] caduceus in 1., looks 1. 

j [PL xxni. 12.] 


Galiienus. 

AVTKAinOAIKrA CyC AP6AN Bearded male 
; AAIHNOCC6 [B] figure, nude to waist, seated r. on 

j Bust of (4aiiienus r., rock ; r. resting on spear, 1. on 

j laureate, wearing pain- shield. 

I damentiim and cuirass ; 

I in front, I A 


Bust of Galiienus r., lau- i CY €A P € , AN Aphrodite, 
reate, wearing paluda- Ares and Hermes as on no. 12, but 
mentuBi and cuirass ; Aphrodite holds uncertain object 
in front, I A in r. 

15 1*2 AVTKAITTOAIKrAA Same die as Mionnet, iii., p. 618. 

A[l]HNOCC€ B no. 384. 

Same die as no. 13. 

/El-2 AVTKAITTOAIKrAA Same die as preceding. 

AIHNOCC [€]B ; ■ [Devonshire I., 46.] 



CILICIA. 


Wi., 

Metal. 

Ske. 

Obverse. 

•Eeverse. ■' 

j ■ 

1 ■ ■ 

1-15 

[AVTKAinO]A[llKr 

C6 

1 ' 

(piereetl) 

AAAIHNOCCe [B] 

MNHC 

I.: ■ ' 


Bust of Gallieiiiis, and 

€NAOZO ill laurel- wreath. 


■■■ 

lA as on no, 13 (same 

T6P[A1C 



■die). 

CY€A[P] 

' : 



[6]AN [Devonshire L, 46.] 



Salonina. 



KOPNHAIA CAAA 

CVeA PCAN. Bearded male 

i 

) . 


NINAC € B Bust of 

bgure, nude to waist, seated r. on 

1 


Salonina r., ■vvearin.a^ 

rock ; r. resting on spear, 1. on 

! 

1 


stephane ; in front, | A 

shield. 

j' ' 

1 ' 

Ml-2 


[Pi . xxvii .13. Same die as Mionnet, 

1 



iii., p. 619, no. 386.] 

I' . 



[Bunbury Sale II., 38G.] 

I 

'i' ■ 

'MV 2 

[Same dies a 

s preceding.] 


i: ’ ■ ' : 

i.' . 

KOPNHAA(sfc) CA 

CV€ AP€AN Ares, wearing 



AANINA C € B 

helmet, cuirass and boots, standing 



Bust of Salonina r.. 

to front, head r. ; r. resting on 

j,'. 


wearing stepliane ; in 

spear, 1. on shield. 

i ' 


front, lA 

[Same die as Mionnet, iii., p. 619, 

' 


[Same die as Mionnet, iii., 

■no. 3'87.] ■ :,.j. 


1 

p. 619, nos. 386, 387 ; 


i ■ ■ 


Gatal. Walcher de Molt- 


1 ■ 

j ' " i 


Iiein, 2620a.] 


1 1 

yEM5 

KO[P]NHAA(s«V) CA 

CV€A P€ AN Demeter, 



AnNI[N]A C €[B] 

ivearing long chiton, kalathos on ; 

!■ ' ■ ' . i 


Bust of Salonina, and 

head, walking r. ; in each hand, 



lA as on preceding 

large torch. 



(same die). 

[PI. XXVII. 14. Same die as Gatal. 




Walcher de Moithein, 2620a.] 




[Wigan.] 

! 

MVl 

KOPNHAIA CAAA 

CV€A P€ANe€ 



NINAC € B Bust of 

in ex. MIC 



Salonina, and | A as on 

Two wrestlers engaged. 



no. 17 (same die). 

[PI. xxYiir. 1.] 




[Bunhury Sale XL, 386.] 1 


■SflBM. 


161 


N(n; \VL 




M'otaL 
S'ize.: ; 


OI)%"C‘rse. 


lleverse. 


i 3 : i -3 IKOPNHAIA CAAA 

! In IN AC € B Bust of 

Salonina, and |A as on 
no, 17 (same die). 


iKOPNHAIA CAAA 
I jNINAC € B Bust of 
! Salonina, and IA as on 

I ; no. 17 (same die). 


CV€AP€ AN 
in ex. rVMNA[CI] 

APXI[A 3 

Gymnasiarch’s oil-basin, above 
which three one-handled cylindri- 
cal Tases of unequal sizes, as on 
no. 10; on each side, palm-branch. 
[PL XXVIII. 2.] 

[Bunbury Sale II., 3S6.] 


C€ 

MNHC 

€NA 02;0 

T€PACC 

V€AP€ 

AN 


in wreath. 

[PL xxvrii. 3.] 



CILICIA, 


Obrepe. 


TABS US. 
fJirea B.c. 450 — 380. 


Ptjrsic Standard. 


1 162 


3 1G3-7 


Stater. 

King (of Cilicia 1) on horse-; 14 h (nn) Hoplite, nude, kneel- 
1 hack, galloping to r., ing to r., wears Corinthian helmet; 

I head to 1.(1) ; he wears on 1. arm shield, in r. spear: the 

I Persian headdress?; 1. whole type placed diagonally in 

I holds reins, r. uncertain dotted incuse square, 

i object. [Whittali Sale, 1884, 1271.] 

[PL xxvm. 4.] 

Tetrohol. 

Similar type, hut head r. | Similar to preceding. 

[Pi. xxviii. 5.] 


Staters,..: 

1 I King, wearing Persian i4p (Hil) Hoplite, nude, kneel - 
i headdress, on horseback, ing to r. on dotted exergual lino, 


galloping to r., holding 
reins with both hands : 
border of dots. 


loldiiig wears crested Corinthian helmet ; i 
hands : on 1. arm shield, in r. spear ; 

behind him, : the whole typo 
placed diagonally in dotted incuse 
square. 

[PL XXVIII. 6.] 


4 154*5 Al *9 : Similar to preceding. 


ig. 'iPl (nn retrograde) Hoplite, 
nude, kneeling to 1. on dotted 
exergual line, wears crested Corin- 
thian helmet; on r. arm shield, 
in L spear ; behind him, ^ : the 
whole type placed diagonally in 
dotted incuse square. 

[The type and legend have been re- 
versed, owing to unintelligent 
copying from a specimen like no. 
3.] 

[PL XXVIII, 7.] 


m-BBtig*. 


1G3 


— 









I Xo. 

r ■„ 

I Size,'. 

! '/■ 

/ Obverse,'-.' , . 

t ' . ■ Eevorse.' 

1 ■ 


ii'G4 

M -9 

King, wearing Persian 

fijfi (-nil) Hoplite, wearing 




li ©address, on horseback, 

; .crested' Corinthian helmet and 




galloping to r., holding 

- . draper j about loins, kneeling to r. 




reins with both hands ; 

on dotted exergiial line ; on 1. arm 

1 



ill front, ^ : border of 

shield,;- in r. spear ; behind him, 

" ' ' '■ 



dots.. 

2 = d:he type is placed, inclined to 




: 

■ 1.,.. in dotted incuse square. 

j„ 




[Hoffmann Sale, 656.] 




Same dies as' Babelon, Fo 

'ses Aehememdes^ pL iii. L , 

. . . 

G 

158*6' 

ill - 9 

From -same, die 

s as preceding. 




[PL XXVIII. 8.] ■ ■ ■ ■ , : .'1 




King, wearing Persian ! Hoplite, nude, wearing crested Gorin- i 




head.d.ress and cloak, on 

thian helmet, kneeling to 1. on | 




horseback, galloping r.; 

exergual line, short sword in j 




in. 1. reins, in r. short 

sheath at 1. side fastened by strap 




sword 1 : linear liorder. 

over sliQulder; in r. spear, on 1. 





arm shield. 

y 

163*5 

" *85 

Same die as Babelon, 

[I41h (nn) On shield, eagle 




Perses Achemsmdes, pi. 

flying. 




iii. 3. 





[PL xxTin. 9.] 

8 

1 160*5 

■ '85 

Same die as preceding. 

IHf* (nn) On shield, facing head 



1 


(Gorgoiieioii Ti : concave field. 



1 ' 

[PL XXVIII. 10.] 

9 

159*0 

M *85 

, ■ J3, 

■ 1 

Inscription off the flan. From samej 





die as preceding. ! 





'... [Borreli-Sale, 1852, 314,]--; ; ! 




1884, pL Y. 4. 




Te troboL 

i.'. 

10 

49*0 


Forepart of Pegasos 1., 

Archer, wearing long chiton, with | 




with curved wings ; 

girdle, kneeling to r., quiver at | 




above, head of eagle : 

shoulder, shooting with bow; in j 




border of dots. 

fleld 1. 2, eagle: the; 





whole in dotted incuse square. j 





Same die as Imhoof-Blumer, ilfonm i 





f/r., pi. G, 7. 1 


j 


[PL xxvni. 11.] 


i 



164 


GIIilCIA. 




Size. 


Obverse. 


Uoverso. 


U : 165 


Stater. 


li ! 162‘7 i.R 


*85 lion r., attacking bull, 
I which kneels L on dot- 
I ted exergnal line : bor- 
i der of dots. 


(nn) Ear of corn, diago- 
nally ill linear square : the whole 
ill shallow incuse circle. 

[Woodhoiise.] 


[Pi. xxvin, 12. Nim. Ch\^ 1884, pi. v. 3.] 

Tirihazus. 

(B.c. 386—380.) 

Stater. 


J.'2 1 155*7 \M 


•85 ()nnr)) 

: Baal, himation on i. 
i shoulder and about 
lower limbs, standing 
to 1. ; 1. resting on 

sceptre, r. extended be- 
neath eagle ; in field L, 
T : border of dots. 


Ahiira-mazda to front, nude, bead 
(which is crowned with polos) r., 
his body terminated by winged 
solar disk of Persian form ; in r. 
wreath, in 1. lotos-flower: traces 
of incuse circle. 


[PL XXIX. L] 


Pharnabazns. 
B.C. 379—374. 


Staters. 


I Female head with stream- 
I ing hair, nearly facing, 
I inclined to h, wearing 
sphendone, earrings and 
necklace. 

(Copied from Arethusa of 
Kimon on coins of Sy- 
racuse.) 


uR '85; border of dots. 


Bearded male head (Ares'!) in crested j 
Athenian helmet decorated wntli I 
floral scroll, chlamys fastened 
round neck. 


typer. [HJLHiiyiMi (ibnitira)! 

behind ; in front, ^ : linear 
border. 

[Montagu Sale I., 659.] 

^ The third letter from the end sometimes approaches H (;3) in' 
form, and as such is clear on nos. 20, 21. 





im 


.r ' Rletnl. 

^"■i : siiiu. 


Obverrio. 


Eovorrie. 


14,157 \m *8 I linear border* 


[typer. Miind. 


15 ‘ 155 '.‘11 ••So.wDjie die as precedin^^ [type L in front;,' 


id '151) *7 .ll d) d inear border. 


IT I 145*7 dE ;9 border of dots. 


18 i 164*7 'iR '9 1 linear border. 




19:165 L'E *9 I linear border. 


20 


164 


21 i 161-5 


type 1. beliind, O 

in front : linear border. 


type r., three olive-leaves on frontal 
of liehnet. [HlHIJiyiHl be- 
ll iiidj Q. in front : border of dots. 

[PI. XXIX. 3.] ^ 


itype r., three olive-leaves in frontal. 
I behind, in front: 

i linear border, concave field. 

I [Subhi Sale, 1874, 3199.] 

[PL XXTX. 4.] 


itype r., three olive-leaves on frontal. 
I .'[HiH] iiyiyi behind, ^ in 
i front : linear border, concave lieliL 


(nn^p-i) 

Baaltars, seated L on 
diphros, -wearing hima- 
tion over i. shoulder 
and about lower limbs ; 
r. resting on sceptre : 
linear border. 


'M *95; below diphros, bunch of 
grapes. 


M *9 


nym HLH “i‘73) 

Bearded male liead (Aresi) L, in 
crested Athenian helmet decorated 
with floral scroll, chlamys fastened 
round neck : linear border. 


[Montagu Sale I., C58.] 


[PI. xxis. 5.] 



16 t ' " 


No. 

i Wt. 

■ . ■ . 

! Metal. 

1 Size. 

I , . Obverse.: ' . 

1 ■ 

■! ■ . , , Eeverse. 

1 . 




Time of Pbarnabaziis.^ 




Stater. 

*22 

^ 165 

ail 

Htri (-f^n) Head of 

[TEjPSIKOAf Bearded male 




young Herakles, three- 

head (Ares'?) L, wearing crested; 




quarters r., wearing 

Athenian helmet decorated with 




lioii^s skin with paws 

floral scroll. [From Mersina.} 




fastened round neck : 





border of dots. 





[PI. XXIX. fi] 




Ob ols. 




Female head with stream- 

Bearded male head (Ares f) L, wearing 




ing hair, nearly facings 

crested Athenian helmet decorated 




inclined to 1. : linear 

with floral scroll. 




border. 


23' 

la,; 

M '*4.: 


concave field. 




[PI. xs 

:ix. 7.] 

■M 

i' 

''' 

iE'.*35 

necklace on neck. 

concave field. 

25 

;-i2‘7'' 

./E ■ ^ *4 ■ 1 

on each side of neck, fish. 

Concave field. 




[PL XI 

IX. 8.] 

20 

11*5 : 

M ./35 

n 

traces of M LH (I'^n) 





[H. P. Borrell.] 

27' 

t 

10 . 

iRV*4 


type r. [Bank Collection.] 


* The left-hand part of the design of no. 22, which is oif the ilan, 
perhaps showed the name of i’harnabazus. 







No. 


Motal. 



Hi/.e. 

Obverse. 

ileversL". 



.'■ri 

Datames, 



, 

, jB.Ov '378-— 372,. ■ 




Staters. 




Female Iiead with stream- 

Bearded male head (Ares?), wearing 




hair, nearly facing, 

crested Athenian helmet decorated 




inclined to 1., wearing 

with floral scroll, chlamys fastened 

!■ '"' 



earrings and necklace, 
as on (ioins of Pbarna- 

round neck: border of dots. 

I 



baziis (,nos. 13-19): bor- 
der of dots* 


,28' 

159‘9 

M ’O 

same die as Mio,iin., ■ iii., 

‘ • . .) type r. Counter- 




p. 666, no. 666 = Ba- 
'beloii, Perses-' Aeh,, no. 

mark, bull to r.; above, 




182. . 


29 

1570 

M *9 


(IDnD) type r. ; on 





helmet, AM 




[PI. XXIX. 9.] 

30 

166 9 

\m *9 

same die as Babelon, 

imUMP OOJIj'-I) lypel. 




Perses AeJi,^ pi. iv. 11. 




[PI. XXIX. 10.] 

■ i! 

"3V 

161-7 

M -95 


typel. 

Same dies as Babelon, 

Perses Acli., pi. iv. 12. 




iHht-'-y (nnbpa) 

Satrap, wearing Persian headdress, 




I la altars, himation about 

under-garment with sleeves, cloak 




lower ■ limbs,, seated ,r. 

and anaxy rides, seated r. on di- 



' 

on diphros ; in r. trans-* 

pliros ; on his knees, quiver ; holds 




versely sceptre sur- 

in both hands an arrowq which 




mounted by eagle with 

he examines; before him, bow; in 




wings spread, in 1. ear 

field, above, wdnged solar disk : 




of corn and bunch of 

border of dots : behind him, in- 




grapes ; beside him, 
thymiaterion: the whole 
ill circle surrounded by 
projections resembling 
battlements. 

scription. 

32 

159-5 

.'R -95 

below diphros, pomegra- 





iiate flower ; same die 
as Babelon, jPcrscs Acli., 
pL iv. 15. 

[Sir A. Cunningham.] 




[Pi, XXIX, 11.] 1 



.108 


CILICIA. 


No. 

^ WL 

1': 

'Metal. 

■ Size. 

Obverse. 

■ lleverse.' 

3:3 

152-2 

M -9 ■ 

below diphros, bull’s bead 

inscription as' ■ preceding, partly off 




nearly facing, inclined 

the flan. 




iO T. 




r 

j 

111. Payne Knight, p. 165, 8.] 



i ' 

i' 

: ■ 

tx. 12.] ■ 

34 

157-6 

jR *0 

below dipliros, forepart of 

(min) 


' 

j ■ ' ' ' 

liuinped bull r. 





■ 

[E. Payne Knight, p. 165, 9.] 




[PL sxix. 13.] 





Datames ? and Ana. On r. Batamesi, 




Baaltars, himation about 

%vearing long chiton and himation, 




lower limbs, seated r. on 

standing to L, r. hand raised before 


! '' 


diphros (seen in three- 

his face (in adoration 1) ; in front 




quarters view), his head 

of him, his name. On 1. Ana, 




and upper part of body 

nude, standing to r. ; r. raised 



i ■ ' 

to front ; in r., trans- 

pointed towards Datames, 1. low- 



1 

versely, sceptre sur- 

ered ; behind him, usually, his 



! 

mounted by eagle with 

name (K2K). Between them, 



i 

wings spread, in 1. ear 

thymiaterion. The whole enclosed 



: ; 

of corn and bunch of 

in a linear square, bordered w’ith 



i . 

grapes ; beside him, 

dots along the top and two sides, 

1 



thymiaterion : the whole 

and antefixa on top. 




in circle surrounded by 





j)rojections as on no. 32. 


35! 

172*7 : 

/R -85 


(irjllB) JSTanie of Ana 




not visible. 




.[FL-xxix.,.14.]; "/ 

30 

150*6 

Al *9 

■i 

Kame of Ana 

i 




not visible. 1 

pi 




[E. Payne Knight, p. 165, 11.] | 

i 

:'3'V;..'3:3|3 




■7i!ABSU'g. 


16i) 


]Sio.| Wt. 


: 'Metal., ' ■, 
.Size.',' 


O.fa verse. 


■Eeverse'. 


.37' 


38 


39 


40 


Mazaeus. 
B,c. 361—333. 


Staters. 


i4^'t'"y (nn^w.) ■■ 

Baaltars, wearing iiima- 
tion about low’er limbs, 
seated to i. on diphros ; 
in r. ear of com and 
bunch of grapes, 1. rest- 
ing on lotos-headed 
sceptre : linear border. 


165*6 *9 


168*1 


M *95 


162*3 UK *95 


166*7 UE *9 


168 


167 




M *95 


165*3 Al *95 


under diphros, ^ (1) 


(n?D) Lion L, head in 
profile, attacking stag kneeling 1. : 
the whole in incuse square. 


head r. 1 


(-lyClHj]) 

[Montagu Sale I., 662, pL ix,] 
[PL XXX. L] 


[PL XXX. 2.] 

^ ill field r., below, a (V) 

helmeted in field r., below, o (1^) 

[Devonshire Sale, 938.] 

[PI. XXX. 3.] 


iHhi«y (nn^ri) 

Baaltars, as on preced- 
ing series : linear border. 

under diphros, bunch of 
grapes. [PL xxx. 4.] 

in field 1., j4^ (D). 


under diphros, ^ 


Lion attacking stag 
as on preceding series, but head of 
lion facing ; in field r., below, 
(D): dotted incuse square. 


’[Montagu Sale, I., .663.]^ ■ 


[PL xxx. 5.] 


[Bunbiny Sale IL, 395.] 


170' 


CiLICIA. 


NoJ 

1 

m. 

Metal. 1 
Size, ! 

Obverse. 

. ■ Reverse. 

! 

1 


1 

■ 


(n?D) Lion attacking 




Baaltars, as on preced- 

stag as on nos. 37 ff. (bead of lion 




ing series : border of 

in profile);' in field r., below,. 




dots. 

(D): linear circle. 

44 

170 

.R -9 

under dipbros, ^ 

[Montagu Sale I., 664.] 




[PL sxx. 6.] 

|45 

160*6 

/R -96 

„ ram^s bead r. 

[Banbury Sale 11., 398.] 

i 

. 

1 . 



[PL XXX. 7.] 


146' 

157-3 

M *95 

„ uncertain 

[R. Payne Knight, p. 165, 10.] 

f 

1 

1 



symbol or letter (cf. 
110.37). 


47 

164-7 

Ml 

iHhLuy (nn'^w) 

(HiD) Lion attacking stag 




Baaltars, as on preced- 

as on nos. 41 ff. (head of lion 




ing series : border of 
dots ; in field L 1^ ; 

facing); in field r., below, 

(pD) : linear circle. 




under dipbros, uncer- 
tain symbol or letter 
(cf. no'. 37). 






[PL XXX. 8.] 




1 

1 Mazaeiis, 




! as Governor of Trans-Eupbratesia and Cilicia. 

48 

171-2 

. R 1 






Baaltars seated 1. on 
dipbros, himation over 
1. arm and lower limbs, 
r. bolding before him 
lotos-beaded sceptre ; in 

't nra) 

Two lines of wall, each with four 
towers, one above the other ; 
above, lion L, bead facing, attack- 




field L, ear of corn, 

ing bull which kneels r. : border 




bunch of grapes and 

of dots. 




^ (11); under dipbros, 
^ (D) : border of dots. 

[R. Payne Knight, p. 165, 7.] 




[PI. XXX. 9.] 






TASSUS. 


ill 


Wtu 


Bi/.e. 


Ob verso. 


B.0'V8Tse, 


41)il41-S ':M *9 


50 


51 


155 


M *95|.Ea, altars, wearing bima- 
I tion over i. shoulder 
and lom^er limbs, seated 
L on dipbros, r. resting 
on lotosdieaded sceptre; 
in field, 1. ear of corn 
and buncli of grapes, r. 
ivydeaf : border of dots. 

[PL XXX. IL] 
.Nmn, Chr,^ IB 84, pi 


i6T*6 


52 I 155*1 


Baaitars, wearing bima- 
tion about lower , limbs, 
seated 1. on diphros ; in 
r. ear of corn andbuncb/ 
of grapes, 1. resting'- ' on ; 
sceptre : linear circle., ! 

Same die as Babelon,| 
Ferses AcIl^ pL v, 3S 
and 12. 


mm (n?D)^ Lion 1., bead in 
profile, attac.king .bull wMcb kneels 
L: border of dots. 


[PL XXX. 10.] 


{/Ill 


Al *95 


mmim .(niD) 

facing, attacking 
L; below, £ (?) 


Lion L, bead 
bull wbicb kneels 
. linear circle. 


[Subbi Sale, 1878, 279.] 


vL 3. 


lyfiLwy (nrh)} 2 ) 

Baaitars, wearing hiina- 
tion about lower limbs, 
seated L on dipbros, 
head and upper half of 
body to front ; in r. 
eagle, ear of corn and 
buncli of grapes, 1. rest- 
ing on lotos-beaded 
sceptre. 

in field, 1. under 

dipbros N|(D): linear 
border. 


(niD) Lion L, bead facing, 
attacking bull kneeling 1. 


[PL XXX. 12.] 

Num. Chr„ 1884, pL v. 13. 


in field, graffito border 

of dots. 

[E. Payne Knight, p. 165, 5.] 


in field L, (in) : 
der of dots. 


bor- 


border of dots. 


172 


CILICIA. 


No. 

Wt. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Ob-rerse. 

. Eteverse.' ,■ ■ ■ 

1 

53 

165-1 

/El -05 

in field, 1. (D*!), under 

diphros (D): border 
■ of dots. 

[PL xs 

■■ '' . 

in field, below, ear of corn and % 
(?): linear border. 

.X. 13.] 

' 54 

1 

lGS-3 

/R1 

in field]., 4 ^ bor- 

der of dots. 

in field, below”, ram’s head I. : border 
of dots. 

55 

166-6 

Al *9 

in field L, (112): bor- 

der of dots. 

in field, below, (DD) ; both in- 

scriptions dotted : linear border. 
[R. Payne Knight, p. 165, 4.] 


[Pi. XXXL 1.] 

Ntmi, Ch\^ 1884, pi. v. 14. 


50 , I6G-8 [M -95, in field 1., pD): bor- 
der of dots. 


Baal tars as on preceding 
series, but without ear 
of corn and grapes : 
border of dots. 


57 169'6 M *95 


58 


165 -M ‘95 


166-4 

162‘6 


■Al *9 

\M *85, 


in field L, O (y) 
in field L, (?1) 


in field, beIow% 4|^(DD); both in- 
scriptions dotted : linear border. 


(n?D) Lion and bull as 
on preceding series ; in field, be- 
low, (OD): linear border. 


[R. Payne Knight, p. 165, 2.] 


[R. Payne Knight, p. 165, 1.] 
[PL sxxi. 2.] 


Lion walking 1. ; above, 
star of 16 rays; below, large cres- 
cent : linear border. 


Baaltars, himation over 
1. arm and lower limbs, 
seated 1. on diphros, r. 
resting on sceptre before 
him ; under diphros, un- 
certain symbol : border 
of dots. 


[PL XXXI. 3.] [Montagu Sale I., 667, pL ix.] 
(same die as preceding.) 


TABBtrS, 


173 


No.i Wt. 


Me foil. ! 
Size. I 


0 Inverse. 


Eeverne. 


Baal tars, liimiition over 
L arm and lower limbs, 
seated L on diphros, r. 
resting on sceptre^ be- 
fore liim. 


61 !16B9 ‘/R ‘9 ! border of dots. 


62 


63 


64 


65 


66 


161*6 -'rR •85,’beliind diphros, round 
shield : border of dote. 


(n?D) 

linear border. 


Lion walking 1. 


[Sir A. Cunningham.] 


lion walks on dotted exergual line ; 
below which, 7(3)* 

[Bank Collection.] 

[PL XXXI. 4,] 


105*0 rR *9 : in field I., bipennis ; under 
I seat, uncertain letter : 

border of dots. 

[PL XXXI. 5.] 


i 


168 \M *9 


rough ground represented below 
lion. 


in field L, eagle on thy- 
iiiiaterion : linear bor- 
der. 

[PL XXXI. 6.] 


ground indicated by scroll ])elow lion. 
[Subhi Sale, 1878, 276.] 


Time of Mazaeiis, 


Ba altars, himation over 
I L arm and lower limbs, 
seated L on diphros, r. 
resting on lotos-headed 
sceptre ; in field L, ear 
of corn : border of dots. 


170 


R *95 under diphros, I 


166*2 ;/Rl 


[PL XXXI. 7,] 


Two lines of wall, one above the 
other, each with four towers ; 
above, lion L, head facing, attack- 
ing bull which kneels r, ; above 
them, club : border of dote. 


[R. Payne Knight, p. 165, 6.] 


under diphros, M 


^ On no. 61 the sceptre appears to be surmounted by a bird, on the 
others it is lotos-headed. 


m 


CrLICIA, 


I She. 


Obverse. 


jBaaltars seated L on di-lBiist of_ Atliexia in triple-crested 
' phroSj liimation over I. Athenian helmet, iiearlj facing, 

shoulder and about inclined to 1. ; wears earrings and 

lower limbs, r, resting necklace, bust draped ; in held, r. 

on lotosdieaded sceptre; and L, usually letters or symbols : | 

in field before him, border of dots. j 

large ear of corn and | 

: bn neb of grapes; under 
I diphros and in field r., 
letters and symbols : 
border of dots. 

67 1 168 M *9 i under diphros- 1, r. B- [B. Payne Knight, p.: 170, A B.] 

[PL XXXI. a] 


1., lielro et{‘l) r. and bunch of grapes (1) ; 

r.,T 

[Bmibury Sale II., 402.] 

[PL XXXI. 9.] 


68 163“8 Ull *9 ■; under diphros I 


69 169-4 Ml under diphros M, r. B ] [R. Payne Knight, p. 170, A 2.] 

[PL XXX L 10.] 

70 168*2 All under diphros § [R. Payne Knight, p. 170, A 4.] 

j [PL xxxL IL] 


j 71 169*7 Ai *95 under diphros S(?), r. Bj 

I [PL xxxi. 12.] 


72 j 166*5 M *9 under diphros r. B; L I? r. S 

i above which, crested [R. Payne Knight, p. 170, A 5.] 

Corinthian helmet 1. 

[PL xxxL 13.] 


::.-I3J:168*3. All under diphros.-T-s -r^.B; r.-,.. ivy-leal . 

below which, ivy-leal [R, Payne Knight, p. 170, A 7.] 

[PL XXXI. 14.] 


TAUBm. 




No. 


74 




wt. 


Metal. 

Si/.o. 


Obverse. 


Bever»o. 


160*3 Ur 1*05 1 ini tier cliphros T, r. iry- 
j i leaf. 


[PL XXXII. L] 


163*4 'iEl I under dipliros Tj r. B ; 
,], I • above , .wliicli, crested 
; ' Corintliian iielniet L 


76 165*3 '^R *95' under dipkros T, r. ivy- 1. grapes, r. T 
I ■ i 1 leaf. ■ 


77 j 167*9 \M *95| under dipliros T, r. B ; 

I above which, ivy-leaf. 

i [PL xxxn. 3.] 


[PL xxxn. 2.] 

[E. Payne Knight, p, 1 70, A 6. J: 


78 


165*4 Ur ‘OOj under dipliros T- i** B ;! L, crested Corinthian helmet r. 
above which, ivy-leaf. | 


79 11*3 


Obol. 


jAl *4 [Head, of .Athena, nearly ! Shield of oval shape, . inctirvecL at 

sides, surrounded by row of dots ; 
on it, 'thunderbolt ; , in. field, : star': 
linear border. 


’ facing, as on reverses 
: of previous series : bor- 
i der of dots. 


80 159 'Ml 


81 


143 Ur -9 

(piercefi) ; 


[PL XXXIL 4.] 


Staters. 


[Of different style from the staters nos. 67-78, and perhapfi 
struck in Phoenicia.] 


Similar type to nos. 67- 
78 ; under diphros T, 
in field r. ( 2 ) ; above 
wbicb, uncertain symbol 
(butt of apple -headed 
lance?): border of dots. 

[PL XXXII. 5.] 


Type similar to nos. 67-78: border 
of dots. 


[Montagu Sale II., 304.] 


As preceding, but no let- 
ters. 

[PL XXXII. 6.] 


As preceding. 




CiLIOIA. 


1 

No, Wt. j 


Eeverse. 


Fourth Century B.c. 

[Small denominations, of wliicli the attribution to Tarsus | 
is conjecturaL] 

Baaijliimation about lower! Eagle L, Sapping wings, standing oi^ 
limbs, seated L on di- plough-share : dotted square, 
phros ; in r. ear of corn 
and bunch of grapes, 1. 
resting on sceptre ; bor- 
der of dots. 


82 13*7 \M *45 ' 


83 12 ifl *5 [PI. XXXII. 7. Same dies as preceding.] 


Baal seated 1., as on pre- Forepart of wolf r. ; above, crescent 
ceding series : border with horns downwards : dotted 
of dots. square. 


9 * 3 ' • 

(pierced >1 


traces of incuse square. 


(pierced) I 


■9 *3 m- -4 


[PI. XXXII. 8.] [E. Payne Knight, p. 166, 17.] j 


;6-7 M *40 


(Quadrangular flan.) 
[PL xxxn. 9.] 


8*7 !/il *5 I double border of dots. in front of wolf, pellet. 

(pierced)! j 


6*4 \M *55; double border of dots. above crescent, pellet (circular border 
j of dots). 


9*7 M *45 Male head r., with formal Forepart of Pegasos r., with curved 
hair and beard, wearing wing : linear border, 
stephane and circular 

i earring : border of dots. [Lawson, Smyrna.] 


TAESUS. 


177 


; Wt. 


Mein}. 

Sizu. 


Obvorso. 


I 91 


_ ^ 9‘9 ;/R *45: Bf*arde<l male head (of 
(pitTcciiij I llerakles f) facing, eo- 

' I , . i vered from chin down- 

i I wards by lion^s scalp: 

I I Ixirder of dots. 


92 


93 




Male head L, with, formal hair and 
beard, “wearing lurretitMl crown, ear- 
ring and necklace : linear border. 


[Pi. XXXII. IL Mimi, Ch\^ 1878, pL vi. G.] 

Time of Aiitioehus Epiphaiies. 

C 7 rm- B.c,' 175 — 164 . 

With title Axtiochia ad Cydnum. 


Head of City r., tiirreted ; 
behind, mouograiu : 


^ Jv; ’9 'i 'border of dots. 


Zeus, seated 1. on tlirone with hack, 
wearing himation over lower limbs, 
in I*, long sceptre; in tiidd, 1. E, 
r. H ; around, inscription. 


antioxeuntiin n[poxTi2 

IIKYIANIH border of dots. 

[Pi. XXXII. 12 .] 


yE ‘9 i border of dots obliterated. I [ANTloXEnNTXlN n poi] 

; : 1 I Tin KYANill border of dots 

I I ' obliterated. 


For coins of the Scleucid Kings with the Tarsian type 
(Sandan on lion), sec Brit. Mus. Cutal. Hi'h’itdd Kiu»j>t, 
])p. 72, 78, 89, 112; Bahelon, Eois do Siirie, pp. clvi. If. ; 
Imboof-Blumer, Jotini. Uellen. SiiuL, 1898, p. ICO, no. 25. 


€f. Eckhul, Syllovi^, pi. V. 3. 



Wt., 


.Metal. 

Size. 


Obverse. 


Eeverse. 


m-7 \M *65 


M *9 


:m . -Bo, 


M *65 


Circa B,o. 164 lo early Imperial Times, 


SILVER. 


Attic Braclim. 


Head of Citj r., turreted : 
fillet border. 


TAPSEI2[N] Sandan standinc*- 
to r. on horned animal with Body 
of lion and straight wings, closed ; 
he wears tall headdress, is draped 
and carries how-case and sword; r. 
raised and extended, in 1. axe ; in 
i field L, ^ 

■ ■ ' I N 

[Pi. XXXII. 13. Cf. Imhoof-Bliinier, Momi, gr,, p. 306, no. 55, 
pi. F, 24, with similar monograms.] 


ERONZE, 


Head of City r., turreted 
and veiled. 


fillet border. 


Sandan standing to r. on horned 
animal with lion’s body and 
straight closed wings ; he wears ! 
tali headdress, bow-case and sword; ; 
r. raised, in 1. bipennis ; in field r., ! 

dTAPSEXlN' 


in 1. wreath, as well as, bipennis in: 
field L, ^ 

,^E' ■■ ;■ 

[W. M, Ramsay, 1892.] 

[Pi. xxxii. 14.] 

Cf. Combe, Tlimter Catal,^ p. 315, 8, and coin of Alexander II., 
Babelon, Bois de Sijrie,, 1295, pi. xxiii. G. 


fillet border; countermark, | in field 1., [sE [Woodhoiise,] 
radiate (1) head r. j 


head not veiled; behind, I ([TIAPSECIIN]) in field L, m 
A : border of dots. I ^ 

Cf. Babelon, JSoiS de SyriCj 1425 and 1427 (Aniiochus YIII.). 


TAHSL'S. 


1711 


No.! Wt. 


Qhverm, 


|*'E ‘Oalliead not veiled: border |C[T]APZEX2[N]) ill field L. 
i I of dots. 


[Pi. XNXII. 15.] 


*85! fillet border. 


i Sandau wears tiara, rind bolds in r. | 
i branelx; in bold L, A2IK 1 

I border of dots. F AY I 


[FI xxxii. IG.] 


liliet border. 


|([T]APSEI1N) Sandan wears | 
I tiara ; object in r. not visible ; in 
1- field I. , AlO 
: eEO 


;([T]APXE11N) headdrcKSS of 
I Sandan and object in r. not visible ; 

i in iiel‘1 1-, 

I ■■■ 

*110 object in r.; in field I., €01 

s re 


Cf. Combe, Mus, Ilmitcr,^ pL 56, 2. 


I Head of City r., veiled Sandan on animal to r. as on preceding 
i and tiirreled : fillet coins, bni nnde ; in r. flower with 
I border. three petals, in 1. bipennis ; behind 

I him, star of eight points ; around, 

; inscription : border of dots. 

I TAPXE 12N 

' [Same die as Iinlioof-Llumer, Monu. 

j gr.^ p. ilCO, no. 50, pL P, 25.] 

I [PL xxxiii. 1.] 1 


* 7 j (border obliterated .) I [T] A [ PS E j SIN 

Same diefe as preceding. 




ISO 


Ctl^tCIA. 


No. 

Wl. 

Met id. 
Sizo. 

Obverse, 

Eeverse. ; 

iOf) 


A] -9 

Head of City r., turreted. 

i 

i ' ■ ■ 

i 

i ■ '■■■■■■ 

1 

r . 

i 

Monument or pyre consisting of basis 
' ,011 wliicii is a pyramidal structure 
containing .figure of San,daii, as on 
preced,ing, series, .standing r. on 
. ' aniniai ; ' in field r., [ T ] A P Z E 
[ilN], 1. AZ 

j 

i 


1 

Hlead of City r., Teiled 

! and turreted. 

! 

i ■ : ■ 

! 

1 

1 Monument or pyre consisting of gar- 
1 landed basis on wliicli is a pyra- 
i midal structure containing figure 

1 of Sandan, as on preceding series, 
standing r. on animal between two 
small altars ; on top of pyramid, 
eagle with wings spread ; in field, 
r. inscription, 1. monograms etc. 

106 


/E *8 

linear border? 

eagle not visible; , [T]APZE 

n[N] 

jlU7 


/E *85 

border of dots. 

TAPSEHEN] 


108 


109; 


no 


ill 


[PL xxxiii. 2.] 

Of. niOBograms on coins of Antiocliiis YIIL, B. M. Catal. 
Seleucid Kimjs^ p. 89, nos. 22, 23 ; Babelon, Bois de Sijne^ 
1424, 1425. ' 


:E -8 


M -8 


M -8 


/E *75 


border of dots; counter- 
mark, radiate male head 
(of Seleucid king ?) r. 

border of dots. 


Ijorder of dots. 


M, tapsehen] 

H 

i 


monograms obscure; eagle not visible; 

TAPXEjQN 


AN, TAPZEn[N] 
hP 


KA, TAPZEn[NJ 
Ml 


TAESas, 


lai 


i 

NoJ Wt. 


112 


113! 


114 


115 


116 


117 


118 


3l€?tai- 

''Size."'' 


M *8 


M 1 ; border of dots. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 


border of dots. 


4r TAPZEUEN] 

w» 

[PI. xxxiir. 3.] 


TAi? TAPCEXIN no altars : 

HAI 1 border of dots. 


iE *9 Head of City r., veiled 
and turreted : llllet 
border. 


Head of City r., turreted: 
border of dots. 


/E *8 


beliindj A 


TAP ZEI2N Monument of 
Sandan surmounted by eagle, as 
on preceding series, but without 
altars. 


Zens, wearing himation over lower 
limbs, seated 1. on throne; in r. 
sceptre surmounted by eagle. 

1. [TJAPZEnCN], r. E 


[PI. xxxiri. 4.] 


JE *8 : countermark, bow in case. 


JE -9 


Tycho of the City, veiled 
and turreted, seated r. 
on seat without back, 
decorated with lion’s 
leg; ill her r., ears of 
corn ; at her feet, river- 
god Kydnos swimming 
• r. . 


yEl 


[R. Payne Knight, p. 154.] 


r. TAPSEEIIN 
letters. 


, ill ex. traces of 
;H. P. EorrelL] 


Zeus, wearing himation about lower 
limbs, seated 1. on throne %vitli 
back; in r. Kike r. holding wreath, 
1. rests on sceptre ; on r., inscrip- 
tion ; in field L, magistrate’s name 
or monogram. 


iTAPSEilLN], 

[PLxxxm. 5.] 


CILICIA. 


\m,\ Wt. 


Metal, i 
■Size.,., 


Ml [ 


Obverse. ■ 


[TIAPSEAN, A ■ met hQTdmi : 

! [Buiibiiry Sale 11.^ 3S7.,] . ... 


/Eri ‘ fillet borJer. 


[T]APZEilN, mnOAAmv 
[NjlAHZ '‘i 


TAPSEHN, <l>i 

. AO, 


I Tycho of the City, veiled Zeus, seated 1, on throne, himation 

j and turreted, seated r. about lower limbs ; in r. Nike with 

on seat with back, de- wreath, 1. resting on sceptre, asonj 
corated at side with preceding series; on r., inscrip-: 
eagle and leg of lion; tion; in held 1., magistrate’s name: : 

in her r., ears of corn; border of dots, 

at her feet, river-god 
Kydnos swimming r. 

. Ji]':‘95jbehind,: APC>- ■ ■ TAPXEAN, TT]GN , ' 

I t AKO [0]N 

i Y [T]OC 

I fillet border. 

. ' ' ' r ■■ 

I [PL xxxm. 6. Same dies as Z, /. JV"., hi., pi. ix. 4,] 


izE 1*05; seat decorated wdth sphinx [T] A PZ Ei2[ N];, [M AE I 
I instead of eagle ; N I KOI 

I behind, [OP]TY AA 

! [r]o[e]H under throne, eagle. 

PA 

fillet border. 

[Same dies as Invent, Waild,^ pi. xii. 5.] 


\M 1-05 OPTYroeHPA TAPCEilN , [/n]AHI/nOY 

Tyche holds poppy, as [NtK]0 

w^ell as corn; no eagle [AA]OY 

on seat : border of dots. under throne, eagle. 


'EABStrS. 


1H3: 


... } ..... ! 1 



w(. ' 

: v'Ohrerse. ■ 

, . Efiverse. ■ . . 


il25: 


126' 




■]12' 

■I' ■ ! 

1 1 


Ml loP[TYroeHPA] i[T]APCEnCN]r MAEIMOY 
.1 'AS' prscGcIiiicr. I NIKO 

I . ,[A]AOY 

',j ■ ■ j. ■ ■ under tlirone, eagle. 

; . [ [Same die. as preceding.] 

T I [Devonshire Lj :9 15.] 


TAPEEflN >. ' Zeus,|DIul3 tied with fillet, in oak-wreath.^ 
wearing himation about} ^ ■ 
lower iiiiibs, seated 1. 
on tlirone; in r. Hike r. | 


with, wreath, L resting 
on sceptre ; in field. 1.. 
star of eight points.: 
border, of -dots. 


/E *65 ! 


■ jbelowclub, AYSIA 
[PL xxxiii. 8.] 

I ■ . ■ ■ . 

1 linear border. 


/E , ‘55j (inscr. obliterated.) 


Earhj Imperial Times, 

(a) Without heads of Emperors. 

Before Iladrian. 

Bust of the;Gity;r ,5 veiled] TAPE EH N (on r.) , .Monument or 
and tiiiTeied; border of | pyre of Bandan, as on nos. lOGf. ; 
dots. I without aitars, surmounted by 

I eagle; in field 1., 


]28 


-85 

129 

1'.'' 

Le -85 


MH 

,bOtd-; 

TPO 

er of 

no 

dots. 

AE 


% 





. 1 , 84 . 


■Ho'; 


W'fc. 


Metal, 
r Size.', 


Obverse.- 


Be.verso. 


m 


131 


13: 


133 


134 


M-m 


I *751 Simikrj but fillet l)or(Iei\ 


M -GSiTAPL, COVr, Veiled 
female bust (the City) L: 
fillet (1) border. 


TAPZEnN Zeus, 
wearing himation about 
lower limbs, seated 1. 
on throne; in r. Nike r. 
with wreath, 1. rests 
on sceptre ; in front, 
star and crescent (the 
latter often not visible). 


:E ‘65 


M -7 


([T]APC€il[N], MH 
TPO 

no 

A€ 

(A). 

N sic) 


TAPCEflN (r.), ,/nHTPO[nO 
AEnq 1 Figure of Sandan, r., on 
horned animal, as on nos. 95 f. ; 
r. raised, in 1. bipennis. 


MHT(L), POnOA€nC(r.) 

Similar type to preceding ; fillet (?) 
border. 


Club tied with fillet ; to 1. and i*., 
monograms ( M H T P O ) : tlie 
whole in oak-wreath. 


H “p* 
A\ I 


A To 


[H. P. BorrelL] 

[C. T. Newton.] 


[PI. xxxiii. 9.] 


135 


M -75 

C in inscription: border 
of dots. 

M 

T® [Bimbury Sale II., 387.] 

136 


M -7 

C in inscription: border 
of dots. 




TARSUS.. 


185 


No.! \Vt.; 


Moiul. 

Hizo. 


Obrerso.:.: 


■ Eevor^e 


1 : 57 ; 


138 


139 


140 


141 


Bust of City r., veiled and 
turreted ; around, iii- 
scriijtion : border of 

dots. 


Facade of decastyle temple ; in pcdi* 
■ ment, eagle with wings spread 
on architrave and in field, mscri|)“ 
tion : border of dots. 




•T^ItAPCOVM 

;noA€-.'- 


M -rolTAPCOV 
I nOA€ 


,Jl] 1 


HTPOiKOINOCKIAIKI 

;[A] C 

MHTPOiKO|NOCKIAIK[l] 

![A] C 

[FI. xxxm. 10.] 


Time of Hadrian or later. 


AAPIANHC 

TAPCOV 

ZeuSj wearing himation 
about lower limbs, 
seated I. ; in i\ Nike r. 
with wreatli, 1. rests on 
sci^ptre : border of dots. 


iCTA]PC[€]nN 

MHTPOnOAC 


c‘E 1*1 


/E M 


Tyche,of City, 
veiled' yand 
AC turreted, 

seated r. on chair decorated with 
sphinx ; in r., ears of corn and 
poppy ; at luu* feet, river-god Kyd- 
iios swimming r. : border of dots. 


Head of bear<icd Herakles j Perseus, w^earing winged sandals, 


1 *., wearing wreatli of| 
oak -leaves/ club behind | 
shoniiler ; around, in- j 
scriptioti : border of i 
.dois. , 


standing to i. : in r. statuette of 
Apollo bolding wafives, in I. iiarpe 

■ and chlamys ; in field L, 0 oy 

and lion L, bringing down bull 
kneeling 1. ; around, inseripticm : 
border of dots. 


AAPIANHCTAPCOIMH TP O [TrOAEJIli: 

Y i 

[PL xsxiu. 11.3 


[A] API A NHCTAP 
CEDLN 


MH Tpo noAcni; 


^ See Tnihoof-Blmmer, Joum. HelUn. 1898, p, 

Tluj nature of tite wreath is clearest ou uo. 143, 


1.75, no. 41 . 


li 


mu wt. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 


^1'15; AAP[IA] NHCTAP (Same die as preceding.) 

! C EH N (the head resem- j 

hies Antoninus Hus.) 

[AA]P[I]ANHCTAP MH TP o TTO___ Ko 

i lC[OY] 1 inscription or symbol in field. ; 


(h) With heads of Emperors. 
Doniitian. 


Il44] 223*4 \m m j AYTOK AI8EYIAO MHTPOnOAEnS Tyche of 
I MI TIANOZlErE City, veiled and turreted, seated r. | 
Head of Domitian on rock, holding palm-branch in 

r., laureate : fillet bor- r. ; at her feet, river-god Kydnos^ 

der. crowned with sedge, swimming to 

I I r. ; in field r., ^ p 


[PI. XXXIV. L] 


Hadrian. 


j BILLON OR SILVER. 

I AYTKAfeETPAnAiTAPEEilN MHTPOITOAE 
PYieENEPYITPAIA HE Sandan, -wearing tall head-j 

lAPIANOELE^ Head | dress and long cloak, standing to 
i of Hadrian r., laureate, r. on horned lion with straight 
drapery on shoulder, wdngs closed ; he wears on Ms left 
side bow-case, sword, and quiver 
crossing the bow- case; r. raised, 
in L bipennis and wreath. 


Billon I' 


[PI. XXXIV. 2.] 
[Banbury Sale II., 382.] 


^ Both forms A> A clear. 

" AvroKpdrtup Kaicrap ©coS TpaXauov TiapBiKov vlhs^ ©€o0 Ne/)j8a vtcaph^^ 
i Tpaio,ph$ ‘ABpiavhs 


TABSUS. 


187 


No.! W't. 


147 


1148 , 


149 


150 


Motal, 

Size. 


167%5 


i Billon 
1 


155*7 


200 


111*1 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 


AVTKAieETPTTAP 
YIQENEPYITPAAP 
jlANOCC€ Head of 
I Hailrian iv, laureate : 
I fillet border. 


Billon 

*9 


KAISETPATTA 


MH T POTTOAEWC around, 
and in field 1, TAP 
LEWN 

Tjche of the City, veiled and tur- 
reted, seated I. on dipliros ; in r. 
palm-branch, in L comucopiae ; 
at her feet, river-god Kydnos, 
crowned willi sedge, swimming L : 
the whole in wreath. 

[PL xxxiv. 3.] 


TA PCEHN MHTPOTTOA 


PYieENEPYITPAIlEnC Tyehc of the City, veiled 


lAAPIANOC.^... 

I Head of Hadrian r., lau- 
1 reate. 


; Billon 
151 ‘5 1 


AYTKAI0ETPATIA 
PYIOENEPYITPAI 
AAPIANOECE Head 
of Hadrian r., laureate, 
drapery on shoulder. 


and turreted, seated L on seat 
decorated with foreleg and wing 
of sphinx or griffin ; in r, palm- 
branch ; at her feet, river-god 
Kydnos, crowned with sedge, 


swimniing L 


TAPEEflNMHTPOTTOAEaC 

Lion L, attacking bull kneeling i. 


[PL XXXIV. 4.] 


AVKAieeTPATTAP 
V0CNCPVTPAAAP 
lANOCCCOAVMni 
OC and in field, TT TT 
Bust of Hadrian L, lau- 
reate, wearing paluda- 
nientum and cuirass. 


AAPIANANTAPCEANMH 

TPOTTOAeAC Eagle to front, 
head 1., wings spread, standing on 
harpe. 


[PL XXXIV. 5.] 





No. 

1 

1 Metal. 

j; Size, 

j Obverse. 

Revcrso. 


[■■' 

!o ■"/ 

I 

BRONZE. 

|l51 


2El-0t 

Iaytokaiaapian 

|[AAPIANHC]TAP MHTPO 




!0[C] C€BOAYMn 

TTO' Tyche of City, , veiled.: and':. 

"I-'' 



Head of Hadrian r., 

turreted, seated r. on rock ; in r., 


) 


liare, drapery on shoul- 

ears of corn (*?) ; at her feet, river- 

o' 


1 

1 

der. 

god Eydnos, swimming r. 

Il53 

i 

.El-2 

AAPIANHCTAPCO 

AHMOCTAPCEnN A\HTP 


1 


IV 1., AAPIANOCCE 

OTTO A EH C ' ' Demos, wearing 


! ' 

1 , 

BACTOC r. Head of 

himation over 1. arm and lower 




; Hadrian r,, laureate, 

1 drapery on shoulder. 

limbs, seated I. on throne ; in r., 
wreath. [PL xxxiv. 6.] 




[Bunbury Sale II., 387.] 




Hadrian and Sabina. 




BILLON. 




Bust of Hadrian r., wear- 

Bust of Sabina r., wearing stepbane, 


i. ■ 

Billon 

ing radiate crown, pain- 
damentiim and cuirass ; 
below neck, club ; in 
field, TT IT ; around, 
inscription. 

crescent at shoulder; in field, A 

Y 

jm 

[■209 : 

l'-15 

AYTKAIGETPATTA 

CABEINACEB[ACTHA]API 




[PYIGENEPYITPJA 

lAAPIANOCEE 

TA PC A\ HTPOTTO A EO C 




[PI. x.\xiv. 7.] 1 



.Bilion 



154; 

191*5 

I"".' 

AYTKAIGETPATTA 

CABEINACEBA[CTHAA]PI 




PYIGE[NEPYITP]A 

lAAPIANOCEE 

TA PC M HTPOnO A EO C 




(Same dies as preceding.) 




Sabina. 

155 


MVW 

AAPIANHCTAPCO 

[BOYAHTAPCIEAN MHT 




Y 1., CAB - _ r. Bust 

POTT Buule, seated 1. on 




of Sabina r., wearing 

throne, dropping pebble into vase 

■■ 



stephane. 

before her. 

[Of. Imhoof-Blunier, Gr, 3Iunz.j p. 





, 715, no. 587.] 



TABSIJS, 


mi 


No.! Wt. 


AIoti.il. 

Siae. 


m\ 


157 


158 


I59i 


Ubvex’fio, 


Eovorso, 


Antinous. 


.El- 45 ! ANTINOOC U HP 
I AC' r. . 'Head, of Anti* 
.[ nous ■ L, bare ■: 'fillet 
I border. . 


.El -3 !AN[TINOOC]r., HP 
'Inc t. Head of Anti- 
1 nous r., bare. 


AA[PIANHC]TAPCOYMHT 
pOnOAEAC and in ex, [KYA 
NOC] Eiv'er-god Kydiios, re- 
clining to I,; in r. cf-omueopiac, 1. 
holding reed, and leaning on over- 
turned vase. 


[AAPljANHCTAPCOYMHT 

POTTOA Lebes, on tripod 

encircled by serpent.^ 


M 1-35; ANTINOOC L, HPAl AAPIANHCTAPCOYMH[T 

P]0 Tr0N€O KOPOY 

. Eemale panther , walki.iig ' ; : i,, : :’ ?• : 
: foreleg . ■ raised and. . , .I’esting , '' . bn : 
■ .thyrsos. 


C r, Hi.^ad of Antinous 
L, -wi'amig nraeus. 
crown 


[PL xxxiv. 8.] 


yEl -3 lANTINO'OCl, HPA 
C r. llejul of Antinous 
L, wreathed with ivy. 


AAP[IA3TAP COYM HT 
PC TTON€OKOP OY and 
in ex. N60IAKXH Temple, 
with four columns; in pediment, 
pliialc ; garlands hang from outer 
capitals to centre of epistyle ; 
lower part of outer intercolumnia- 
tions barred with grille ; in centre, 
amphora on circular basis. 


^ 111 tbo present condition of tbis coin it is not possible to sny 
wlict.hcr it boro In tbe exergue tbe words N CUTTY© I H (^1* 
.Mion.n.et,, iiij'p, 625,; no, ^■425). 

- On the coin described by Mionnet (iii,, p. 625, no. 427) Antinous 
a|>poars to wear tbo bcm-liom crown. 



190 


CILICIA. 


¥o. 


160 



Obverse. 


Ee verse. 


Antonmus Pins. 


161; 


1162i 


:163': 


M -OSiAVYKAf TIAI AA 
PAIMTANINOCC6B, 
€V Biid in field/ TT TTj 
Tiie Emperor (as Eeus)^ 
seated 1. on throne, 
wearing Mmation about 
lower limbs ; iiir. Mke 
r, with wreath, L rest- 
ing on sceptre. 


iE.'P2 


AVTKAITfAIAAPIA 
ANTANINOCCe 
B€V and in field, TT TT 
Head of Pins r., laii- 

reate. 


AA PIAN r,, 

TAPCCXlfN] , 
MHTPOTTOA[e]ll[C] 

Tjche, turreted and veiled, seated 
r. on seat decorated with aiiimaFs 
leg ; in r., ears of corn and x^^^ppy- 
liead ; at her feet, river-god Kyd- 
nos, crowned with sedge, swim- 
ming r. 


AHMO AAPIA TAPC€AN; 
MHTPOTTOACnC Bemos, 
'lyearing Mmation , over 1. arm.: and: 
lower limbs,' seated 1. ; in r. wreathp' 
in field I, star. ' 

XXXIV. 9.] [Wigan.] 
Of. Bev, Ntmi,, p. 290, pL x. 2 (probably the same 


specimen). 


ANTn 

' in field,-' TT' '' 11/ Bust 
I of Pius r^, laureate, 
j wearing paludamentum 
and cuirass. 




AAPIA NAN TAP C€AN 
and in ex. /nHTPOTTO 
[A€A]C 

Parade of decastyle temple; in 
pediment, phiaie or shield; KOI 
NOCKIAIKIA[C] on architrave. 


M. Aurelius. 


AYTKAI-MAYP * 
- CC6 Bust of M. Au- 
relius r., bare-headed, 
wearing paludamentum 
and cuirass. 


AAPIANHCTAP COYMHT 
POITOAC . AC: .. Monument or 
pyre of Sandan, surmounted by 
eagle. It is placed on a large bavse, 
upon which, to either side, stands 
a draped male figure looking to- 
wards it, and with one hand hold- 
ing palm-branch (?) ; with the other 
and on their heads they support a 
semicircular canopy which covers 
the monument. 

[PL XXXIV. 10.] . , . 


TAEBCrS. 


191 


No.l Wi. 


ilM’ 


Mi'.taL i 

Size. I 


Olivers©. 


Eo verse. 


1651 


166 


167 


1GB 


/E 1-2 AYTKAICMAPAYP: AAPIANHCTAPCO 


I HA occee 

! Herd of M. Aurelixis r., 
i laureate. 


M. Aurelius and L. VeriiSj wearing 
togasj grasping right liaiidSj liolil- 
ing rolls in L ; between tlieiii, above 

star, below in ex. 

C€BACmN 


iE "77 


Annins Yenxs and Coinmodiis. 


KOpO|C€BAC[T]OV I Facade of decastyle temple; in |V5di- 
Busts of Aniiius Verusj ment, eagle; on architrave, [KjO 
INOCKIA[l]K in field, 

[TAP] COY; inex., [MH] 

TPOTT 


and Commoilus, bare- 
headed, confronted ; be- 
tween them, club and 
caduemis in saltire. 

[Same die as Mionnot, iii,, 
p. 636, no. 487.] 

[PL xxxiv. IL] 


iE "65 


[K]OpO[|] 

[C]€BACTO[V] 


I Facade of decastyle, temple ; .In 'pedi-' 
I rnent, eagle f; on architrave, [K]; 
Busts of Annius Yerus iO|NOCKIAI[K _ _ ; ill Held, 
and Commodtis, bare-iTAP C[OY] ; in (i'X,, MHTP 

headed, confronted ; i 0[TT] 

between them star, and 
club and caduceus in 
saltire. 


i Gonimodus. 

iEl-lo AYTK[M]AVPH K| AAPIANHCTAPCOVM H 
i OMOAOCC € B .1 . TPOTTOAenC, Athena, wear- 
Head of Gomiiiodus 1.,! ing crested Corintliian helmet. 


iBl*5 


laureate. 


AVT-KAIC-AVP. K 
0M0A0CC€B- Bust 
of Commodus r., wear- 
crown and under 


and over 
deniioiirgos. 


garment 


of 


standing to front, looking 1. ; in r. 
owl, L holding spear and shield. 

AAPIAN KOMOAIANH CT 
AP[C]OVM[HTP]OTrOA€ 
nc andinex. AIC[N€ll]KOP 

[OV] 

Fa 9 ades of two decastyle temples ; 
on architraves, KOINOI KIAI 
KIAC; above, crown of demionrgos. 


[PI. XXXV. 1.] 


CILICIA. 


No. 


1691 


m. 


M'otal. 

Size. 


ii70 


171 


1721 


173 


iiEll-2 


ObTerse, 


Er3 verse. 


A’AIAAVPH KOM 
OAOCC€ ■ Bust of. 
Comiiiodus r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum 
and cuirass. 


!^l‘45iAVT.KAIC*AVP* K 
OMOAOC[C€B-] 

Bust of Commodus r., 
wearing crown of demi- 
ourgos, and under and 
over garment as on no. 
168. 


:E1*2 


M 1 *5 


TAPCOV MH 
ACHC and in ex. 


[TP]0 :tio' 
AICN€11KQ: 
• POY- 

Facade of clecastyle temple ; in 
eeiitrai intercoiiininiation (wiiich 
is wider than the others), statue ? ; 
on architrave, KO M O A6 1 OC 


TA PC M HTPO * KOMO A€IO 
COIKOYMCNIKO Radiato 
crown with ties ; between wliicb, 

Aie 

N6n 

KOPOV [PI. XXXV. 2.] 


Same dies as Mionnet, iii., p. 628, no. 439. 


Crispina. 


KPICTTCINAN r., C€ 
BACTHN 1. Bust of 
Crispina r. 


AAPIANHCTAPCOVM H 
TPOTTO[A]€nC Athena, ^vear- 
ing crested Corinthian helmet, 
standing to front, looking 1. ; in r. 
owl, I. holding spear and shield. 

[Wigan.] 


Septimius Severus. 

AVTKAICACen T|[AAP]C€VH[PIAN]HCT 


/E 1*4 


C€VHPOCn6PC€ 

B and in field, [TT] TT 
Bust of S. Severus r., 
^vearing radiate crown 
and cuirass. 


Bust of S. Severus r., 
laureate, wearing palu- 
danientum and cuirass 
wuth gorgoneion. 

AVTKAIACCTT [C 
€]YHP[OC]n€P and 
in field, n [n] 
[Same die as Mionnet, iii., 
p. 629, no, 449.] 


iAPCOVMHTPOnOA€\l/C 

and in field, f B Zeus, wearing 
hirnation about lower limbs, seated 
L on throne ; in r. Eike r. witli 
wreath, 1. resting on sceptre ; at his 
feet, eagle I [Bank Collection.] 

iSTike r. in galloping quadriga ; in r. 
palm-branch, in L reins. 


[A3APC6YHPIAN 

TAPCOVMHTP 

onoAcoac 

and in field, F B 


HC 


m ex. 


'3\UISt.TS, ■ 


wn 




Size. 


(nn-erso. 




;174; ^.ki* 4 fAVTlKAIACCIT C! AAPC€YHPIANH C;iiiex'„ 

i * ' €VHP'OCTT[€]P and! TAPCOVMHT[P] 

I ; ^ ’ infield, IT TT Saniej OTTOA€UiC 

II ' die as preeediii!^. | aiul in tield, [T 8] 

! I , ^ [bevoiijshire 'L, 974.] 


il75, 


ITfr 


Bust of S. Sevenis Tyehe of Tarsiis, veiled and tiirrete< I, 
la UT»*.‘ite, wearing seated 1. ; ut her fet*.!:, river-god 

1 daiiientiini and cuirass, i Kydnos swiinniing L; approaching 

I her frcmi ]., two veiled and tiirreted 

I female figures (Isanria and Cilicia), 

' I each liohling wi'eatli in raised r., 

; I iji ]. rincertain object ; behind her, 

! ; a third simiJar figure (Lycaonia), 

I ad.vancing L with W3*eatii in raised: 

I r. ■■ 


C€iHP[OCC]iAAPIC€YHPIANH 

; €B [aiidmheid,Tr Tr^]t r,, _ fCAY - ^ 

i in field above, KIAiKiA 


;.El-45 ArY]TKAI[C]AC€TTT AAPIC€YHP r€nAPX€ 

C€VHrPiOCC€B:ia)N _ fCAV AYKA 

- - in field, n TO] : ’ p 1 A ONI A 

! in field above, KIAIKIA 


C'aracalla and Domnad 

177: ZBl-SSAVT-KAI-M-AVP.CCilOVAIANAOMNANCeBAC 

; I YHPOCANTnNCINlTHN Bust of Domna 1., crescent 

i ! , I OC and in iield, IT TT! at shouldens 

; Bust of Caracal la r., 

■j' . wearing .erowinand gar- 
! ments'. ' of , 'deniiourgo.s-..; 

: below, crescent. 

; Sam(3 die as bo. ..1 8,2. ^ 


; ^ The atiribiit.ion of these coins to Tarsus is renflpred eertniu by 

I their fabric ami style, by the nse of Jf TT Fimperor’a title, 

.and in the case of no. 177 hy the Kinperoris dress. The obverse dies 
ore also coiiinjoTii to coins of Oaracalla with the iifiine of Tarsus. 



194 





.\u. 

Wt, 

Metal. , 

:r.. ■ O.0verse.. ^ 

: ... ..... ^ 

i 

,Re\’erse. 1 

1 7 8^ 

U l 25 rAYT.KAIM]AYPC€ 

.Same die as, preceding. 


lYHPOC[AN]T<nN€l 
i iN [0]CC[€B] and in 
■ field, TT TT Bust of 
I ! , ; Oaracalla r., laureate, 

i : ' I I tvearing paliidameiitiim 

j..-. j and cuirass.' 

; ' Same die as no. 199, and 

; i Mionnet, iil, p. 632, 

; ; :.j . . . , ; no. 463 ; 634, 476. 

4 ! '■ 


Caracalia. 

BILLON. 


i Billon 

179 107 : -9 


; Billon 

B^O 98“7 -95 


Mead of Caracalla r.,iTycl)e of City, veiled and turretedS 
laureate. | seated 1. on rock; 1. resting on! 

I rock, in r. uncertain object ; atlier, 
I feet, river-god Kydnos swimming 1. 1 


AVKMAVPCCOVH ItVXH TAPCOVMHT and 
PANTANINOGCCi in field, AM K 

[PL XXXV. 3.] I 


AVKMAVPC€OVHP 
ANTANe INOCCe 

and in field, TT TT 


TVXH TAPCO VMHTP 

and ill field, AM K 

[Bank Collection.] 


[PL XXXV. 4.] 


bkon;je. 


i 


181 .Kl-1 

AVTKMAVP C€V 

OTTO , A€ Athena, 



rlPOeANTA N€l 

wearing crested Corinthian helmet, 



N OC C € B and in field 

' standing to front, looking 1. ; in r. 



TT TT Bust of Cara- 

Adke, L rcvsting on spear, at foot 



■ calia r., laureate, wear- 

of which shield. 



' ing paludameiitum and 




1 cuirass. 



A! (*l :i 1. 
Size..,:' 


< )l>vrir.^e. 


'Ee.verse. 


^1*2;:AVT-KAI-[M-AVP-C 
■ i€lVHPOCANTaN€ 
; TI 

\ Bwst , Caraeaiia'' r., 

: . weamig.ciNiwii^ arid gar-. 

J. . Hiexits -of, demiourgos^; 


■ANTilNefNIANHC C€ VH I 
PIAAPI .; in ex. TAPCOV, in 


Itfduvr, cix^seeiji. 
.Sana^ dir^ as .ina 177. 


LEI-35 AVT* KAI*M*AVP.C^ 
€VHPOCANT£IIM€I 
; , |NpC*an,dmMd,TT TT 

i Bust of . Garaealla -r., 
W(^a 1*1 rig c row 1 1 f d' du i n i - 
I ■ o,iirgos' and garments: as 
I . oil. |>reced,iiig- coin. . 
Same ■ die as Mionnet,. 

; 'iii., p. ,63,1, : 460 ;] 

, , 632, 461, 460; 033,! 

V,.",' •, 1 ''471, ;■ 


wearing winged sandals, standing' 
to L; in r. head of Medusa, in 1. 
harpe and ehiamys. 


A NTflNCI NIANH CCC? 
VA.i ; in ex., TAPCOV ; in Md 
(centre), A Pe,rs.eiis, 4vearii.ig,'. 
MK - ] wiijgei! san- 
TB dials,', ;,sta.ii.diiig'': 

to r., in r. har]>H ; and Ilerakiesi 
standing to L, in I. clni} ami lion’s 
skin ; they support hetwoipn them 
Imst of the Emperor (I ) L 
Same die. as Mionnet, iii., p. 633, 

■■ -no.' 4T'L ’ . d' 


iiEl-3 iAVTKAIMAVPC€ViANTnNIAN' - 
HPOCANTnNei NG jPC'OV;.: 4hr 0eH 
,. ' ;;CC€Band!nMd, TT 'T^ 

Bead of Caraeailu L, 
laureate ; lielow, star. 

Same die as Micinnet, 
iii., p. 632, no. 4,62. 


. in ex., TA 
3, r. Ai below 
M', Herakles 1., raising Antaios 
from the ground, clasped round 
the waist; heliind liim, club up- 
right and holds skin. 

i [Wigam] 

: Cf. .Leake, Nmu /fe//., Ja.'Bbn, p. ] 2h. 


'/El'3 


AVT.KAIMAV.Pe,€Oi 
■,VHPOGA'.NTnN€.IN 
GCC€ and in field, TT Ti 
Bust of Caraeaila v., 
wearing crowm and gar- 
ments of deniiourgos j 
as on no. 182. ' i 


ANTAN "lA ^':N.HCe€VHPl'.' 
AN ; ,in. ex., TAPCOV j in iielij, 
:r.dahove„T' Bg'' dd AM.''. ..d'-.. ,..^'.d::,',' 

Tripioleruos r., in car drawn by 
two wingcfl ser[)ents, yoked : r. 
arm extern led sowing, in L seed- 



Ko. 

\\% ^ 

ilctal. 
Sizu. : 

' Obverse. 

Reverse. 1 

186 

t ■ 

! 

!' 


.'E 1-4 

(Kilt) 

■ 

AVTKAIMAVPC€0 
VHP ANTANCIN 
OCC€B and in tield, 
TT IT Bust of Cara- 
calla r.j laureate, and 
wearing garments as on 
no. 182. 

[A]NTANIANHCC€VHPA^i 
PI an ; in ex., TAPCOVY' diil 
field, above AMK, 1. f, r. B 
Tripioleinos L, in car drawn hx' 
two winged serpents, vokerl ; v. 
arm extended sowing, in L seed- : 

' b£ig. ; 

i ■ 

|187 

i 

1 , 
i 

1, 

1 

i 

■ 


MVi 

AVT KAIM'AVP.C 
€VHPOCANTnN6! 
NOC* and in field, TT TT 
(Same die as no. 183.) 

AN[Tf2N]€INIA N H[C]e| 
€VHii; in ex., [T]APCOV;{ 
infield,!- A, r. M Hike ad-; 

K B vancing! 

r . .1., .oni 

globe, holding with both hands; 
on ht3r liead ansate tablet witlij 
uncertain inscription. : 

: \i 

ii88 

' i/' '■ 

r ■■ 

i 

MVlb 

AVTKAIMAVPAN 

1 [TUNC IN]OCC€ and 
in field, TT TT Bust 
of Caracaila r., wearing 
(3rown and garments of 
demiourgos as on no. 

1 , 182.V ■ 

Same dies as Mionnet 

TAP COYMHTPOn ; in ex., 
KVANOC; in field, 1. AMK 4 

above f B Eiver-god Kydnos 
reclining 1. ; in extended r. cornu- ! 
copiae, 1. resting on overturned 
vase from which water flow’s. 

iii., p. 635, no. 483. 

189 

1 

■ ■: .'1 

M 1-4 

AV-KAI-MAVC€OV 
HP* ANTANeiNO! 
CC €* and in tield, 
n n Head of Cara- 
caiia r., laureate. 

Same die as Mionnet, 
iii., p. 633, no. 468. 

A A PC € 0 V H A NT E AI N €IN | 
OVnO AM HTP ; in ex., TAPC 
OV ; in field, 1. KOI , r. f 

NOB[OV] B 

AlON 

Female figure (the Koinoboulion), 
■wearing kalathos [and veil], stand 
ing to 1.; in 1. corniicopiae, in r. 
pliiale over tliimiiig altar. 





[PI. XXXV. d.] 



TAKSL'S. 


107 


1 

Nu.i Wt 

Siise.., 

■;:'v . '..Obverse, , 

Heverse. 

.. ■■ ■ ■■ . ■■ ■. ■ ... ■■■ ■ . . .' . .. . . .. 

190‘ 

Ml-i 

AVT-KA|.M-AVP-C€ 

A N€INOVTTOA ! 

I 


VHPOC* 'ANTHNei 

below, TAPCOV MHTP i 


■ 

.aiicl In .fieldj Tl TT 

OKO INOB i 

''1' 


;Heacl of ' Caraeaiia r., 

OVAION I 


. 

Iaur{*>ate. 

Female figure (the i\oirio])onlion), 
wearing kalatbos and veil, stand- ■' 
ing to r. between two temples ; j 
that on L is surmounted by cm 
eagle ; in field above, T B 1 




[PL XXXV. 7,] 

' ' ' 

191 ■' 


AVT-KAI-MAVPCC 

A[N]TANI AN H CC€VA 



VHPOCANTilN€IN 

AP MH ; in ex., TAPCOV 

I ' 


OC and .in ficdd, TF TT 

AMK- 

'1 


B'list o:f Caracalla r. ; 

and in field, F B The Em- 

, i 
' i 


below J erescont. 

(Same die as no. 177.) 

peror,' laureate, wearing, ciiimss, to' 
front (head 1.), in quailriga to front ; 

. in r. Kike, in 1. short sw'ord. , 

. 1 

' ' I' ■ 

1 

[PI. XXX?. 8.] 

' i " ■ 

■■■' ] , ■ i 

' 1 i 

,,, ■ 1 ■ : 

[M 1*35 

■ ! ■ 

AVTKAI MAVPC€V! ANTONIANHC CCYHAAP 
HPOCANTANeiNO MHT; inex., TAPCOY; ia field 

' j . 

' 1 

i ' ' 

! " 

CC€B aii<l in field, 
TT TT Head of Cara- 

L, ^ The Emperor, laureate and! 


[ 

Iv' 

i ■ ' < 

calla 1. ; below, star. 
(Same die as no. 184.) 

ctiirassed, ' standing, to. .front ., liead .[. 
r, ; r. resting on S|ieav, in 1. sliort 
sword ;,,, .to r. . tropl.iy,'t at .foot of, . 

■ ..wdii'ch 'two captives, back to .back. .. 


193 

[M 1-4 

AVT-KAII-'M*AV]P. 

[ATNTAN[I A]N HCC ■ €VH.* A: 



C€VHPOCANTflN€ 

AP'MHTi in ex., TAPCOV; in 



I N '0[C] ■ and in . ■ ' fi.eld 

field 1 1 ’. ^ ' Til© Em- 

* 

j 

TT TT Bust of Caracalla 


: 

["■ 

1 ■' 

1 *. ; below, crescent. 

■ (Same :die ..as no.' 177.) ^ , 

peror, -wearing .'togap;standing to';!.,' 
r* extended over altar before him. 

J-';'; 


* Tbc l.ropiiy is decorated with the stern of' a galley as well asl 

! 


wirJi liic iisuid ariiiotir. 



CILICIA. 


198 


No. 

Wt. 

Metal. 

Sisie. 

Obverse. 

Eevei’se. 

194 


Ml'd 

» KAIMAVPC€VH 

POCANT and in 

field, n [17] Bust of 

Caracalla L, wearing 
crown and garments of 
demiourgos as on no. 
182. Uncertain counter- 
mark. 

ANTANIANHC C€VHA[A 
P]MH; in ex., TAPCO[V]; in 

field, 1. , r. g The Em- 

peror, laureate, in military dress, 
standing 1. j in r. hTike 1. witii 
wreath, 1. resting on spear. 

195 


^1*35 

AVTKAIMAVPC€0 
VHPOCANTn[N€l 
NOCC€] and in field, 
TT TT Bust of Cara- 
calla r. 

(Same die as no. 185.) 

[A]NTAN-.. ^^;inex., [T] 
APCO[V]; infield, above [A]'? 

M K 

1. r, r. B Two nude athletes, 
confronted ; between them, tall 
table supporting prize vase ; l 3 elo\v 
the table, amphora. 

196 


iEl-3 

AVTKAIMAVPCeV 

HPOCANTANCIN; 

|OCC€B and in field,. 
.17 TT Plead of Cara- 
i calia 1. ; below, star. 
(Same die as no. 184.) i 

[AN T]nNIANHCC€VHAA 
PMHT^ in ex., TAPCOV; in 
field, r B Elephant (Indian) 

walking 1. ; on its back, crown 
surrounded by letters OMAKK 
[PL XXXV. 9.] 

197 


^1*3 

Inscription obliterated, 
except TT TT in field ; 
bust of Caracalla r. 
with crown and gar- 
ments of demiourgos. 

--^..HCCCVHPAAP A M K.i 

Archieratic crown, decorated with 
eight heads ; between them, the 

letters A M K[r] Y^^B BN; 

within crown, KO 1 

NOCK 

1 lAIKI 

AC 

[Devonshire I., 427.] 




* The last three letters are not quite clear, but as there are stops 
after each they seem to be as given rather than MHX, 1^ spite 
of the repetition of AMK round the crown. 


2 This may be aot a letter, but merely the branching ties of t-ho ; 
crown. , . ' 1 


TARSUS. 


199 


No. 


19<Si 


wt. 


:i99 


*200 


•20L 


202 


Metnl. 

Size. 


M 1*35 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 


^ 1*3 


■M 1*4 


1*3 


AVTKAIMAVP.C€ 

VHPOCANTI1N6IN 

OC- «■«<! in field, TT TT 
Bust of Caraoalla r. 
(Same die as no. 183.) 


AYTKAIMAYPC€V 
HPO[CANTflN€l] 
N OCC€B and in 

field, TT TT liust of 
Caracaila r. 

(Same die as no. 178.) 


AYTKAI MAYPC6V 
HPOCANTT2N€IN 
OCC€B and in field, 
TT TT Bust of Cara- 
cal la r. 

(Same die as no. 178.) 


[AVTKAIMAV]PC€ 
VHPOCANT[nN€l 
N]OCC€B and in field, 
IT TT HeadofCara- 
ealla 1. ; [below, star.] 
(Same die as no. 184.) 


iEl-5 


ANXnNIANHCC] C6VH 
AAPj in ex., TAPCO Y 
C€ITOC 

in field, above T B, 1. A, r. M 

K 

Galley sailing to 1. ; below, fishes. 
[PI. XX.XVI. 1.] 


ANTONI - _ CeVHAAPM 

HTP ; in ex., TAPCOV; infield, 

ceiTOc 

1. r, r. B Galley sailing to r.i 

A 

MK 


ANTflNIANH C C[€VA]A 
PMH; in ex., TAPCOV 
CeiTOC 

in field, above r B, r. A 

MK 

Galley sailing to r.i 


ANTnNI[NIANH]C€V HA 
APMHTP AM; inex., TAPC 
[0]V; in field, above [B], below 
r K Galley sailing 1 '.; below, 
waves. 

Same die as Mionnet, iii., p. 632, 
no. 462. 


Plautilla. 


<l>OYAOYIA [TTAAY 
TIA]AA C6BACTH 

Bu.st of Plautilla r., 
veiled. 


AAP[C]€VHPIANHCTAPC 
OVMHTPO ; and in field, F B 
Caracaila (on r.) and Plautilla (on 
],), grasping r. hancbs ; Caracaila 1. 
wearing toga, Plautilla r. 


^ Tlie iirow of the galley is directed to the r., 
bellied out to the 1. ! 


but tbe sail is 


200 


CILICrA. 


Metal. 

Size. 


Obverse. 


Mi ibuceurmio crer 

ACKAICAP Bust of 
Geta r., bare-headed, 
wearing paludaBientiita 
and cuirass ; behind , 
star of eight points. 


Reverse. • 


AAPCeVHPIANHCTAPCO 
VMHTPOTrOA ; in ex., uncer- 
tain letters ; in held, F B 
Dionysos, standing to front in at- 
titude of repose, looking r., r. arm 
on head, drapery about lower part 
of body ; beside him on r., satyr 1. ; 
in 1. pedum over shoulder, in r. 
thyrsos held transversely; on i., 
panther seated L, head r. 

[PL xxxYi. 2.] 


Macrinus. 

AYT KAM On€C€Y| Apollo, laureate, nude, standing to L, 


MAKP€INOC Bust 
of Macrinus r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum 
and cuirass. 


^ 1*35 


quiver at shoulder, chlamys on 1. 
arm ; in lowered r. laurel-branch ; 
around, inscription ; in field, letters. 

C€VH[M]AKP€I NIANHC 
[MH]TP; in ex., TAPCO[V]; 
in field, 1. A, r. F 
MK B 


[C€]VH/nAKP€l NIANHC 
MHTP ; in ex., [T]APCO[V] ; 
in field, 1. A, r. F 
M[K] B 
[Devonshire I., 236.] 

Same dies as preceding. 


Elagabalus. 

ANTWN€INO|KOiNOCTUiNTPIWN€nAP 

: Bust of Elagabalus I X€ I ^ N Archieratic crown deco- 


CC Bust of Elagabalus 
r., laureate, wearing 
paludamentum and cui- 
rass. 


rated with eleven busts, divided 
into three groups of 5, 3 and 3 by 
the ties (below) and the letters B 
(on 1.) and F (on r.) ; in upper 
group, two heads look to L, three 
to r. ; in 1. hand group all three 
look to L, in r. hand group to r. 
In centre of crown^ TAP 
CCO) 

[PL XXXVI. 3.] N 


TARSUS. 


201 


No. 

Wt. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Eevcrse. 

207 


M 1*15 

AVTKAIMAYPANT 
IiN€INO[C] Bust of 
Elagabalus r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum 
and cuirass. 

[TAP]COV[THCMHTPOnO 
A€I2C] Altar [garlanded], sur- 

mounted by plain crown (of demi- 
ourgos) ; to r. beside it, archieratic 
crown decorated with seven heads, 
divided into three groups (of 3, 2 
and 2) by the ties (below) and tlie 
letters f (on L) and B (on r.) ; in 
upper group, two beads look to L, 
one to r. ; in other groups, all 
tor. 




[Gf. Imlioof-Blumer, J. E. S., 1898, p. 180, no. 55, pi. xiii. 22,] 




Julia Paula. 




Bust of Paula r. 

Elagabalus (on r.) and Paula (on 1.) 
grasping r. hands ; Elagabalus 
stands to 1., wearing toga, Paula 
to r. 

208 


iEl*2 

lOVAIANKOPNHA 
lANUA [V]AANC 
€ B 

TAPCO[YT]HCMTPOTrOA€ 

£1; in ex., AMK and star; infield, 
between figures, FB 

209 


h."- ■ 

IO[VAIA]NKOPNH 
AIAN[nA]VAANC 
€ B 

(Same die as preceding.) 

[TIAPCOVTHCM HTPOTTOA 

€i; inex., [AM]KrB 1 

210' 


.^1*2 

lOVAIANKOPNHAI 
ANHAVAANC [€ B] 

Bust of Paula (same 
die as no. 208). 

[TIAPCOVTHCMH TPOTT 
OA--; infield,!. T, r. A 

B M 

[K] 

Elagabalus, wearing military dress, 
standing to front, looking 1. ; in r. 

; Nike r. with wreath, 1. resting on 

I spear. [Bank Collection.] 


» 1 ) 


202 


CILICIA. 


Ko. 

m. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Reverse. 




Severus Alexander. 

211 


.^1-45 

AKM.AC€OV-AA€ 
XANAPOCC€B and 
in field TT TT Bust 
of Severus Alexander r., 
wearing crown of denii- 
ourgos and draped. 

Same die as Mionnet, iii., 
p. 638, nos. 496, 498. 

AA€[IAMAP ]AM C €0 A 
AMHTTAPCOVi 

in field, 1. F, r. A 

TT M 

B K 

Cultus-image of Apollo Lykeios, 
laureate, nude, to front, head L, 
standing on low omphalos, holding 
in each hand a wolf by fore-legs. 
Same die as Mionnet, iii., p. 638, 
no. 496, and J. R, S., 1898, p. 173, 
no. 33, pi. xiii., no. 5. 

212 


^1-55 

AKMAC€OVAA€ 

XAN[APOGC€B] 

and in field TT TT 
Bust of Severus Alex- 
ander (same die as pre- 
ceding coin). 

A A€X AN AP- AN • G€0 • AAM 
HT TAPGOV 

in field, LA, r. F 

M IT 

K B 

Athena, wearing crested Corinthian 
helmet, standing 1. ; in 1. spear and 
shield on shoulder, in r. phiale ; at 
her feet on 1., burning altar. 

[Bank Collection.] 

213 


Ml-i 

[AKMA-]C€OV.AA 

6XANAPOGC€8 

and in field TT TT 
Bust of Severus Alex- 
ander (same die as no. 
211), Countermark, 
eagle to front, head r. 

AWPE AAAEXA N[AP] 
OV TAfAH(sic) 
ill field, LA ? [K] 

M F [B] 

Galley, sailing ; below it, two 
dolphins r. and 1. -with their heads 
to a circle between them. 

[Cf. Bev. Nimi.^ 1859, pL x. 6; Ba- 
belon, Inv. Wctdcl.^ no. 4666.] 




^ 1.6. ^A\e^avdp(iaP7is) ''Ap(rmiviavr)^)f of. 1898, p. 173, note 1. 

2 As on nos. 200, 201, tfie sail appears to be represented wrongly. 



TABSUS, 203 


No. 

Wt. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Eeverse. 

214 


iBl-45 

AKM[A C€OV-AA 
eiANAPOCCCB] 

and in field TT TT 
Bust of Severus Alex- 
ander (same die as no. 
211). 

AHA\ AA€XANAPOV _ _ - 

Crown of demiourgos ; within 
which, MH 

TPOTra)(«m) 

A€WCA 

TMKi 





[Devonshire L, 1132.] 




Maximinus. 

215 


Ml-5 

AVT K-r iOV OVH 
MA2:iM€INOC and 

in field TT TT Bust of 
Maximinus r., wearing 
radiate crown, paluda- 
mentum and cuirass. 
Same die as Mionnet, iii., 
p. 640, no. 511. 

Cultus-figiire of Apollo Lykeios, 
nude, standing to front on low 
omphalos, head 1.; in r. wolf held 
by fore-legs, in 1. how and arrow j 
in field, i. A, r. T; around, in- 
A\ B scription. 

K 

TAPCOVTHCMHTPOTTOA 
€03 : 

[PL xxxvi. 4.] 

Same die as Imhoof-Blumer, 

1898, pi. xiii. 6.] 

216 


Ml-55 

(Same die as preceding.) 

TAPCOV[THCMHTP]OnO 
A€ClJ (Same die as preceding.) 

217 


Ml-i 

As no. 215 (same die). 

TAPCOV THC - [MHTPOnO 
A16WC and in field, 1. A, r. T 

M B 

te 





IS. 

Apollo, nude, standing to front, 
head 1. ; in r. branch, in 1. chlamys 
and bow. 

218 


JEl-4 

AVTK-[riOV-OVH 
M]AS:iM€INOC and 
in field TT TT Bust 
of Maximinus (same die 
as no. 215). 

TAPCOVTHCMHTPOTTOi 

and in field, 1. T, r. A 

B M 

K 

Male figure (Apollo?), standing to 
1. ; in r. branch, in 1. chlamys and 
bow (?) ; at his feet, animal 
(wolf?), 1. 



204 


CILICIA. 


No. 

Wt. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Beverse. 

219 


JBl-35 

[AVJTK-riOV.OVH- 

MA^IM€1NOCC€- 

and in field IT TT 
Bust of Maximinns r., 
laureate, wearing palu- 
damentum and cuirass. 
Same die as Mionnet, iii., 
pp. 640-41, nos. 512, 
514, 515, 517. 

TA P COVM HTP on 
and in ex. AMKFB Athena, 
wearing crested Corinthian helmet, 
head 1., in quadriga to front; in r. 
javelin, in 1. shield. 

[W. M. Eamsay, 1892.] 

220 


Ml-5 

As no. 215 (same die). 

TAPCOV[THC] MHTPOn 
OA€W in field, 1. AM, r. F 

K B 

Athena, wearing crested Corinthian 
helmet, running r., head 1. ; in r. 
Nike 1. with wreath, in 1. shield 
and javelin. 

Same die as Mionnet, iii., p. 640, 
no. 511. 

[Devonshire L, 768.] 




Bust of Maximinus r., 
laureate, wearing palu- 
damentum and cuirass. 

Athena (on 1.), Tyche (in middle) 
and Nemesis (on r,), all to front : 
Athena, wearing crested Corinthian 
helmet, head r., r. resting on spear, 

L on shield ; Tyche, wearing kala- 
thos, head 1., in r. rudder, in 1. 
cornucopiae; Nemesis, head L, r. 
hand plucking at chiton, in 1. 
cubit-rule, at her feet griffin L, 
with r. fore-foot on wheel. 

221 


iE 1-45 

AVTK[r]IOVO[V] 

HMA2:iA\€INOCC 

ۥ and in field TT TT 
(Same die as no. 219.) 

TAPCOV; in ex., MHTPO; in 
field, above A K, r. F 

M B 

[PL XXXVI. 5.] 

222 


'JEl-45 

AVTK-riOVOVH- 

MAi:iM€INOCC€- 

and in field TT TT 
(Same die as no. 219.) 

(Same die as preceding.) 


TAESUS. 


306 


No. 

Wt. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Eeverae. 

223 


J31-45 

AVTK[riOV-]OV 

HMASIMCINOC 

and in field H TJ 
Bust of Maximinus 
(same die as no. 215). 

TAPCOV; in ex., NHYPOH; 

O 

in field, above A[M]K T, r. B 
Judgment of Paris. On r. Paris, 
wearing Phrygian cap, seated 1. 
on rock, in r. apple, in 1. crook ; 
before him Aphrodite, standing 
nude to front, head r., both hands 
raised and holding her hair; be- 
hind her Hera, veiled and draped, 
seated r. on okladias ; behind 
her Athena, standing r., wearing 
crested Corinthian helmet, 1. rest- 
ing on spear, r. on shield before her. 

[PI. xxxvL 6. Same die as Jahrh^ 
d. In$t, iii,, p. 293, pi. ix. 21.] 

■ ■■ 




Bust of Maximinus r., 
laureate. 

. ■■■ . ■ ■■ ■ ■ . ■, 

■ . , ■ . . ■ ■ ■ . ■■■■,■', ■. . ■ 

Dionysos (with thyrsos in r.) and 
Ariadne, in biga of centaurs to r. ; 
both centaurs have their r. hands 
raised and look to L, and that on 
the off side carries a lyre in 1. 

224 


M 1-45 

AVTK.riOV-OVH- 

MAi:!M€lNOC*C€' 

and ill field TT IT 
(Same die as no. 219.) 

AMK . . THCMHTP 

•TAPCOV ’ OTJOA- 

in field 1. F 

B 

[Bunbury Sale II., 387.] 

225 


JDl-4 

[AVT]K«r.|OV.OV 

HMA^IM€INOCC 

[€'] and in field n TT, 
(Same die as no. 219.) 

[AIMK . THCMH[TP] 

■TA[PC]OV- ’ [OTTO A-] 

in field L, [F] (Same die as pre- 
B ceding.) 

226 

) 


/El-5 

1 

As no. 215 (same die). 

TAPC OV. THC MHTPOnO 

A€tO ; in field, LA, r. F 

M ^ 

K 

Herakles, nude, standing to 1. ; r. 
extended, in 1. club over shoulder. 
[PL XXXVI. 7.] 


206 


CILICIA. 


No. 

Wt. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Reverse. 


227 


iEl-5 

AVT.K.ri[OV]OVH* 

MAS:iM€INOCC€- 

and in field TT TT 
Bust of Maximinus 
(same die as no. 219). 

TAPCOV.THCMH TPOTTO 
A6a)[C]; in field, 1. A, r. f 

M B 

[K] 

Heraldes, nude, standing to front, 
head r. ; r. on hip, 1. resting on 
club with lion’s skin. 

Same die as Mionnet, iii., p. 641, 
no. 517. 


228 


J]1'46 

As no. 215 (same die). 

TAPCOVTH CMHTPOnOA 

in field, 1. Aj r. r 

M B 

K 

Perseus, nude, wearing winged 
sandals, standing to front, head L; 
in r. head of Medusa, in 1. harpe 
and chlamys. 

[PL xxxvi. 8.] [Wigan.] 

•f}-, 

>r 

f! 

229 


iEl-45 

AVT.K.nOV-OVH- 
MAS:iM€INOC and 

in field TT TT Bust of 
Maximiniis r., wearing 
radiate crown, paluda- 
mentum and cuirass. 
Same die as Mionnet, iii., 
p. 640, no. 508. 

[TIAPCOVTHC MHTPOTT 
OA6WC; in field, 1. f, r. A 

M 

K 

B 

Sandan, wearing tall head-dress, 
short chiton, cloak and boots, 
quiver at his back, standing to 1. 
on horned lion ; r, raised, in 1. 
wreath. [Pi. xxxvi. 9.] 

Same die as Mionnet, iii., p. 640, 
no. 507. 

' 




Bust of Maximinus r., 
laureate. 

Fike, on globe, advancing 1. ; in 1. 
palm-branch, in r. archieratic 
crown decorated with four heads. 

• 

230 


J}l-5 

[AVT ]K nov OVH 
MASIMCINOCCC* 

and in field TT TT 
Same die as no. 219. 

TAP[COVT] HCMHTPOTTO 
AeOJC infield, 1. [A] M, r. T 
[K] B 

Same die as Mionnet, iii., p. 641, 
no. 516. 



V 



TAESUS. 


207 


No. 

Wt. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obrerse. 

Eeverse. 

231 


2E1-5 

AVTK-riOVOVH- 

MA2:iM€INOCC€- 

and in field TT TT 
Same die as no. 219. 

TAPCO[VT] HCM[HT]PO 
nOA€OaC in field I. AM, r. r 

K B 

Same die as preceding. 

232 

■ 


iEll‘4 

' 

AVTK-riOV.OVH* 
MAi:iM€INOC and 

in fi-eid TT TT Bust of 
Maximiims r., wearing 
radiate crown, paluda- 
mentum and cuirass. 
Same die as Miormet, iii., 
p. 640, no. 509. 

TAPCOVTHCMHTPOTTOA€ 

0) in field 1. T, r. A 

D M 

B 

Veiled and turreted bust of the 
City r. 

1 


t 

: 

Bust of Maximinus r., 

: wearing radiate crown, 
paludamentum and cui- 
Tass. „ , 

The three Graces, in usual attitude, 
those on the outside holding 
flowers or fruits. 

233 


.^1-5 

AVT.K.r.lOVOVH 
MAi:rM€INOC and 

in field TT TT (Same 
die as no. 215.) 

TAPCOV M HTP 0 TTO 

AMK and in ex. f B 

234 


iEl-45 

Same die as preceding. 

TAPC OVMH T POTTO 

in ex. r B ; in field r. A 

A\ 

K 

[PI. XXXVI. 10.] 

235 


iEl*5 

[AVT*K.ri]OVOVH- 

MAS:iM€INOCC€* 

and in field TT TT 
Bust laureate ; same 
die as no. 219. 

TAPC O VMH T POnO 

1 in ex. AMKF* ; in field r. B 
Same die as Mionnet, iii., p. 640,^ 
no. 612. I 

1 


208 cn-iciA. 


No. 


Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Reverse. 




Maximus. 

236 


iEl-35 

riOV*OVH-MA2;iM 
OC-KAIC- Bust of 

Maximus r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum 
and cuirass. 

TAPCOV THC MHTPOTT 
OAeO) infieldl. AM, r. r B 
K 

Athena, wearing crested Corinthian 
helmet, running 1. ; in r. Mke L 
with wreath, in 1. spear and shield. 

237 


Ml'i 

nOVOVH- MfiiHl 
MOC-KAlC* Bust of 
Maximus’ r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum 
and cuirass. 

TAP[C]OV.TH CM HTPOn 
OA€- in field 1. A, r. T 

[M] B 

K 

Dionysos, draped, standing to 1. ; 
in r. kantharo.s, 1. resting on thyr- 
sos ; at his feet, panther 1. looking 
up. [Bank Collection.] 

238 


Jll-3 

[riOV] OVH-MASI 
MOC KAIC- Bust of 
Maximus (same die as 
no. 236). 

TH CM H TP O 
TAPCOV 

Archieratic crown decorated with 
six heads, divided into two groups 
by the ties (below) and a figure of 
Mke 1. holding wreath (above) ; 
the three heads o.n the L look to 
r., those on the r. to 1. ; within 

1 the crown, €TTA 
! PXIK 

WN 

[PL XXXVI. 11. Same die as Babelon, 
Invent Wadd.^ 4661, pi. vii. IL] 
[H. P. Borreii Sale, 1852, 305.] 




Balbinus. 

239 


^ 1 - 45 ! 

AVT. KCCKAIABA 
AB€INOCC€B and 

in field TT TT Bust 

of Balbinus r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum 
and cuirass.,. 

Same die as Mionnet, iii., 
p. 642, nos. 520, 521. 

TAPCOVMHTPOTTOACWC 
in field 1. A r. F 

M 

K B 

Apollo, nude, standing to front on 
low omphalos, head L; in r. wolf 
held by iore-legs, in 1, bow and 
arrow. 

Same die as Mionnet, iii., p. 642, 
no. 520. , 1 






ft 


No. Wt. 


Obverse. 


Eeverse. 


AVTK€CK€A BAA [TIAPCOVMHTPO TTAAC 
B€INOCC€B and in OCA in field, LA, r. /A 
field IT TT Bnsfe of F K 

Balbinns r., laureate, B 

wearing paludamentum Athena, wearing crested Corinthian 
and cuirass. helmet, seated L; in r. Mke r. 

with wreath and palm-hranch, 1. 
resting on spear, at foot of which 
shield. 


^ 1 45 AVTK[€]CK€A BA TAPCOVM OACACAM 

[AB€l]NOCC€B and infield, 1. K, r. B Nike, stand- 
infield TT TT Bust of r ing to 

Baibinus (same die as front, head L; in raised r. wreath, 
preceding). in 1. palm-branch. 


^1-4 AVTK€CK(AIA)BAA TA PC OVA\ HTP 

B€INOCC€B and in in ex. AMK, in field F B 
field TT TT Bust of The three Graces, as on nos. 2331 
Baibinus (same die as 
no. 239, but the letters 
AIA liave been altered 
by tooling to AO). 

[PL XXXVIL 1.] 


Baibinus, Pupienus and Gordian III. Caesar, 


iElP35 AV[T]KeCK€A BA [TjAPCOVMHT POnOA€ 
A[B€INOCC€lB and [AC] in field above K TT i 
in field TT TT Bust Three busts, all laureate ; on r., 
of Baibinus r., laureate, Baibinus 1. ; in centre, Gordian III. 
wearing paludamentum Caesar r. ; on L, Pupienus r. 
and cuirass. [Northwick, 1197 = Thomas, 2382.] 

Same die as no. 240. 


If;'' 


The right hand part of the obverse, i.e. the space covered by 
the letters B€INOCC€, and the corresponding left hand 
portion of the reverse, including the back of the head of 
Pupienus, were restored in modern times, but the compiler 
of the Thomas Catalogue is wrong in supposing that a 
piece of an ancient coin was used for the purpose. The 
restored portion reads DgjfsjOCC on the obverse. 

E E 


1 


210 


CILICIA. 


No. 

m. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

' ■ ■■■■Eeverse.' 




Pupientis. 

244 


1-45 

AVTKeCMAOATTO 

[TAPCOVM]HT POTTOA€ 




TTAHNIOC[C€ BIM 

[AC A 1] and in field 1. A\ , r. K 




and in field TT TT 

B r? 




Bust of Pupienus r., 

Athena, wearing crested helmet, 




wearing radiate crown. 

running r., head 1. ; in r, Mke, in 




paludamentum and cui- 

1. shield and spear. 




rass. 

1 




Same die as Mionnet, iii., 

1 




p. 643, nos. 526, 527. ; 


245 


MVi 

[AVTKAICMKIAW 

TA PCOVM HTPOnOA€' 




A-nOVniHNON C 

AC and in field 1. A? r. M 




€ B and in field TT 

K B 1 




TT Bust of Pupienus r., 
laureate, wearing palu- 

r 5 




Perseus, nude, wearing winged 




damentum and cuirass. 

sandals, standing to front, head 1. ; 




Same die as Mionnet, iii., 

in r. head of Medusa, in 1. harpe 




p. 642, no. 523. 

and chlamys. 

246 


Ml-5 

AVTKAICM-KAW 
A-nOVniHNON C 

As preceding (same die). 

[H. P. BorrelL] 




6 B and in field TT 
TT Bust of Pupienus 
(same die as preceding). 



247 


^1-4 

AVTK€C[M]AOA 

TAPCOV; in ex. MHTPO; and 




novnHNCocc€ 

in centre field A K, r. rri 




B ? (sic) and in field TT 

M [B] 




TT Bust of Pupienus r., 
laureate, wearing paiu- 

Athena (on L), Tyche (in centre) 
and Nemesis (on r.), all to front: 




damentum and cuirass. 

' 

Athena, wearing crested helmet, 
head r., r. resting on spear, 1. on 
shield ; Tyche, wearing kalathos, 
head 1., in r. rudder, in 1. cornu- 


1 



Gopiae ; Nemesis, head 1., r. pluck- 
ing at chiton, [in 1. cubit-rule], at 
, her feet griffin I. with r. fore-foot 
' on wheel. [Bank Collection.] 



TARSUS. 


211 . 


No.| Wt. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Eeversc. 

248^ 

r~i 

AVTK€CMAOATrO; 
TTAHNIOCC€ B(Bie) 
and ill field' TT TT . ■ 
Bust of Pupienus (same 
, die as no. '244).' 

TAP[CO]VTHC /nHTPOlTol 
ACWCA and in field 1. MK, r. B 

r f' 

Male figure, bearded, standing L, 
wearing chiton, himation and 
hoots ; in raised r. branch, in 
lowered 1. short sceptre. 

[Devonshire I., 976.] 


[PL XXXVII. 2.] 


2:49 


\M 1*5 


AVT KAiC M KAtxi 
A*TTO[VTTtH]NON C 
€ B and in ficdd TT TT 
Bust of Pupienus (same 
die as no. 245). 


TAPCOV M HTPOnOA 

in field, LA, r. M 

K B 

r 

The Emperor, in military dress, 
standing to front, head L ; in r. 
Nike r. on globe with wreath, 1. 
resting on spear reversed. 

Same die as Mionnet, iii., p. 642, 
no. 523. 


25:0 




AVTK€CMAOAnO 
VTTHNIO[C C]€B 

(sic) and in field TT IT 
Bust of Pupienus r., 
laureate, wearing palu- 
damentum and cuirass. 
Same die as Mionnet, iii., 
p. 642, no. 524. 


TAPCOV[MH]TPOnOA€nC 

A ; in field, 1. M , r. K 

B r 

The Emperor, wearing toga, stand- 
ing to front, head 1. ; r. lowered 
over flaming altar. 



Gordian III. 




AVTKMANXnNIO 
[CrOPAIANO]CC 
€B and in field TT TT 
Bust of Gordian III. r., 
wearing radiate crown, 
].)aludamentum and cui- 
rass. Countermark : 
eagle, head L? 

[Same die as Mionnet, 
iii,, p. 646, nos. 551, 
552.] 


TAPCOVM HTP : , 

, in field, 1. r, [r. B] 

Apollo, nude, laureate, standing 
to r. ; in L how, in lowered r. 
uncertain object. 

[Devonshire L, 975.] 



CILICIA., 


/Fo, 

Wfc. 

Metal, 

Obverse, 

Eeverse. 

252 


/Bl-36 

[AVTKAIMANTA] 

N[l]OCrOPAIANO 

CC€[B1 and in field 
[TT TTj Bust of Gor- 
dian III, r,j wearing 
radiate crown, paluda- 
mentum and cuirass. 
Same die as Mionnet, 
iii., p. 646, no. 550. 

TA PCOVMHTPOnO 

Apollo, nude, laureate, standing 
to 1.; in lowered r., laurel-branch, 
in 1. chlamys. 

.253 


iEl-35 

AVTKMANTnNIO 

CrOPAIANOCC€B 

and in field TT TT 
Bust of Gordian III. 
(same die as no. 251), 

TA PCOVMHTP OnOA€ 

AG in field above A? below A\K 

TB 

Selene, crescent on bead, wearing 
chiton, and peplos flying behind, 
to r. in car drawn by two bulls ; 
in her L fiaming torch, in r, reins. 
[Devonshire I., 53.] 
[Pi. xxxviT. 3.] Same die as Mionnet, 
iii., p. 646, no. 552. 

254 


Ml-i 

Same dies a 

,s preceding. [Bank Collection.] 

;255 


MVi 

[A]VTKANTrOP A! 

ANO[C]C€B and in 
field TT TT Bust of 
Gordian III. r., wear- 
ing radiate crown, palu- 
damentum and cuirass. 

Same die as Mionnet, 
iii., p. 648, no. 565, 

TAPCOV[MHTP] OnOA€A 

CAM KB and in field, 1. B, r. f 
Artemis, wearing short chiton, 
peplos, and hunting boots, stand- 
ing to front, head r. ; in 1. bow 
and arrow, r. taking arrow from 
quiver at her back, 
i [Devonshire I., 1133.] 

256 



AVTKANTrOP Al 
ANOCC6B and in 
field TT IT Bust of 
Gordian III. r., wear- 
, ing radiate crown, palu- 
damentum and cuirass. 
Same die as Mionnet, 
iii., pp. 645 f., nos. 547, 
557, 569. 

TAPCOVM HT P OTTOV€ 

U)C{sic) and in field, 1. A, r. F 

MB 

K 

Athena, wearing crested helmet, 
running to r., head 1.; in r. Mke 
r. with wreath, in 1. shield and 
spear. 


TAESTTS?. 


213 


No. 

Wfc. 

Mefcal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Keverse. 

257 


.EI-45 

[AVTKMAN]TrOP 
AIANOCCCB and in 
field [TT TT] Bust 
of Gordian III. r., 
wearing radiate crown, 
paludamentum [and cui- 
rass], carrying sliield 
(decorated with gorgo- 
neion between two ser^ 
pents) and spear. 

Same die as Mionnet, iii,, 
pp. 644 1, nos. 535, 
536, 544. 

VMHT PO^.. Within 
distyle arched temple, Sandan, 
draped, and wearing tall head- 
dress, quiver at back, standing to 
r, on horned lion ; in raised r. un- 
certain object, ill 1. radiate crown; 
to 1. M to r. above A, below B 

K r 

Same die as Mionnet, iii., p. 644, 
nos. 535, 536. 

258 

; M 

iEl-4 

[gilt on 
rev.j 

' 

'■ 1 

As no. 253 (same die). 

TAPCOVM HTPOTTOA € 

[A] C in field 1. M, r. A 

K r 

B 

Mithras, radiate, wearing short 
chiton and chlamys flying behind, 
i kneeling to r, on bull ; with 1. he 
holds it by the nose, in r. he 
raises knife.^ [PI. xxxvii. 4.] 
[ISTorthwick, 1198.] 

259 


iEl-5 

Inscr. obscure ; TT TT in 
field bust of Gordian 
III. r., wearing radiate 
crown, paludamentum 
and cuirass, (Probably i 
same die as no. 271.) i 

TAPCCOV]MHTPOnOA€[W 

C] and in field 1. above A, r. A\, 

K 

below B r Hexakles r., nude, 
wrestling with lion ; in field 
behind him, club. 

•260 


351-5 

As no. 256 (same die). 

TAPCOVMH TPO nOA€ 

(OC and in field, 1. A, r. T 

B 

K 

Herakles r., nude, subduing Cretan 
bull; with r. he holds its nose, 
with 1. its 1. horn. 

[Devonshire I., 768.] 




' Gf. Citmont, Tensies et Mon. jig. rel. am Mysieres de Mitlim, ii., 
p. 189. 



214 


CILICIA. 


No 

Wt. 

Metal. 

•Size. 

Obverse. 

Reverse. 

261 


Ml-5 

AVTKANXrOPAIA 
NOCC€B and in field 
TT TT Bust of Gor- 
dian III. r., wearing 
radiate crown and cui- 
rass. 

Same die as Mionnet, iii., 
pp. 646, 647, nos. 553, 
558, 559, 562. 

XAPCOVMHX POTTOAenC 

and in field, 1. A? r. F 

M B 

K 

Herakles, nude, standing to r ; 
r. hand on hip, leaning with 1. on 
club, over which lion’s skin. 

[Bank Collection.] 

262 


iEl-46 

» - MANTANIOCr 
OPAIANOCC6B and 

in field TT TT Bust 
of Gordian III. r., 
wearing radiate crown, 
paludamentum and cui- 
rass. 

XA PCOVM HX POTTO ACnC A 

MKFB Herakles, nude, standing 
to front, looking 1. at tree round 
winch serpent twines ; r. rests on 
club, in 1. apples and lion’s skin. 

263 


J51-4 

AVTKAIMANXnNI 

OCrOPAIANOCC 

€B and in field TT TT 
Bust of Gordian III. 
(same die as no. 252). 

T[A]PCOVM HTPOTTOACnC 

AMK in field 1. F Similar type to 

1 B preceding. 

1 [PL XXXVII. 5.] Same die as Mionnet, 
iii., p. 646, no. 550. 

264 


Ml-5 

AVXKMANXrOPAI 

ANOCC[€]B and in 
field n n Bust of 
Gordian III, r., wear- 
ing radiate crown, palu- 
damentum and cuirass, 
carrying shield, deco- 
rated with gorgoneion, 
and spear. 

XA PCOV[M HXPOnOA€ 

n]C and in field, 1. A, r. /H 

K B 

F 

Perseus, nude, wearing winged 
sandals, standing to front, head L ; 
in r, head of Medusa, in 1. harpe' 
and chiamys. 

Same die as Mionnet, hi,, p. 644, 
no. 534. 

265 

t 

. 

iEl-46 

[AVjXKANXrOP A 
IANOCC€B and in 

field TT TT Bust of 
Gordian III. (same die 
as no. 256). 

XAPCOVMHX P OnOA€ 
WC and in field, L A, r. F 

M B 

K 

Perseus, nude, standing to front, 
head 1. ; in r. small cultus image 
of Apollo Lykeios(^), in 1. harpe, 
chhimys, and fishing- basket(?) 


TAESD-S. 


215 


No, 

Wt. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Eeverse. 

266 


Ml-b 

AVTKANTrOP A 
[l]ANOCC€B and in 
field TT TT Bust of 
Gordian III. (same die 
as no. 255). 

i 

TAPCO VM HTPOnO [A€ 

AC] and in field above A 

r MK 

B ■ 

An altar with humped bull lying 
before it ; behind the altar, upper 
parts of two draped figures with 
heads r., between them a tall 
column with the cultiis image of 
Apollo Lylveios holding wolves ; 
on the r., Perseus stands to 1., 
Wearing drapery about lower part 
of body and over i. arm, and winged 
sandals ; in 1. harpe, in r. phiale ; 
on 1. the City goddess r., both 
arms raised towards the cultns 
image, holding torches ? 

Same die as Brera specimen, J.JS.8.^ 
1898, p. 176, no. 46, pi. xiii. 13. 

[Bank Collection,] 



H-* 

Oi 

AVTKANTrOP Al 
ANOCC6B and in field 
TT TT Bust of Gor- 
dian III. (same die as 
no. 255). 

[TAPC]OVM H TPO TTO 
A€AC in field 1. B, in middle A 

r M 

K 

Perseus, wearing chlamys at back, 
and winged sandals, standing to 
front, looking r. ; in r. harpe, in 
1. cultus-image of Apollo Lykeios 
holding wolves; in front of him, 
fisherman wearing short chiton, 
head L, holding transversely fish 
ing rod with fish at lower, basket 
at upper end. [H. P. BorrelL] 

26aS 


J51*45 

1 

AVTKANTrOP Al 

ANO[CC€B] and in 
field TT TT Bust of 
Gordian III. (same die 
as no. 256). 

TAPCO[V]MHTPO IT OA€ 

and in field i. A, r. P 

M o 

K ^ 

Skylla to front, head 1. ; her body 
terminates in two long dolphin’s 
tails and is surround ed at the 
waist by foreparts of four dogs; 
in 1. trident, r. extended. 

[Pi. xxxvit. 6.] 



216 OIMCU. 


No. 

wt. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Reverse. 

269 


MVb AVTKMANTrOPA 

TAPCOVM HTPOnOA 6 




1 A N 0 C€ B (sic) and in 

and in field 1. A 




field TT n Bust of 

M 




Gordian IIL r., wear- 

KP 




ing radiate crown(?), 

B 




paludamentum and cui- 

Winged female figure (Tyclie- 




rass. 

Panthea)^ draped and wearing 




Same die as Mionnet, iii.. 

crested helmet, standing to front, 




p. 648, no. 563, 

head 1. ; in r. rudder, in 1. cornu- 
copiae. 

270 


/El-4 

AVTKANTFO P A 

TAPCOVM H T P OnOAC 




IANOCC€B and in 

toe and in field 1. A, r. r 




field IT TT Bust of 

M B 




Gordian III. r., wear- 

K 




ing radiate crown, palu- 
damentuni and cuirass. 

Nike to 1. on glohe ; in r. wreath, 
in 1. palm-hranoh. 




Same die as Mionnet, iii., 




p. 644, no. 531, p. 647, 
no, 560. 


271 


^1*4 

AVTKMANTr OP 

TAPCOVMH T T POHOA 




AIANOCC€B and in 

enC Idc) in field 1. A, r. T 




field TT TT Bust of 
Gordian III. r,, wear- 

M p. 

K ® 




ing radiate crown, palu- 
danientum and cuirass. 

Similar type to preceding. 




Same die as Mionnet, iii,, 



' '.'I 


p. 643, no. 530, p. 649, 
no. 570. 


272 


'/El-45 

AVTKMANTrOPAI 

TAPCOVM HT POnOA6[n] 


' 


ANOCC€B and in field 

C and in field 1. A, r. B 




TT TT Bust of Gor- 

M r 




dian III. (same die as 

K 




no. 257). 

Elpis walking to 1. ; in r. flower, 
with 1. raises skirt of chiton. 





[Devonshire I., 97 4.] 




^ See Drexler iix Eoscber, Lemkoni i., col. 1657. 



TABSUS- 


217 


No. 

Wt. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Reverse. 

273 

. . , ■ ■ ■ ■ : 

M 1*45 

AVTKMANTHNIO 
CrO PAIAN[OC]C 
€B and in field TT TT 
Bust of Gordian III. 
(same die as no. 251.) 

XAPCOVMHX POnOACflC 

AMK and in field 1. T, r. B 

Female figure, wearing cliiton and 
peplos leaving breasts exposed, 
standing to front, head 1. ; in r. 
wreath. 

[PL XXXVII. 7.] Same die as Mionnet, 
iii., p. 646, no. 551. 

274 


iEl-4 

■■ 1 

AVTKMANXrO PA 
IANO[CC]6B and in 
field TT n Bust of 
Gordian III. (same die 
as no. 264). 

XAPCOVMHXPOnOACn 

and in field 1. A, r. M 

K B 
r 

Male figure (Genius of the Cityl), 
wearing short cliiton and himation, 
standing to front, head L ; in 1. 
cornucopiae, in r, phi ale over 
flaming altar. 

275; 


MM 

' ' 

AVTKMANTrOPA 

IANOCC€B and in 

field TT TT Bust of 
Gordian III. (same die 
as no. 264). 

XAPCOVMH[X P]OnOA€ 

AC and in field 1. A, below B F 

M 

K 

Veiled and turreted bust of the 
City r. 

276 



AVTKMANXrOPA 

IAN[OC]C€B and in 
field TT TT Bust of 
Gordian III. (same die 
as no. 264). 

XAPCOV MHXPOnOA and 

in field L A, r. B 

M r 

K 

Type similar to preceding. 

277 


Ml-55 

[AVXK]MANXr O 
PAIANOCC€B and in 
field IT TT Bust of 
Gordian III. (same die 
as no. 271). 

X[APCOVMHX]P 0TT0A60 
;CAMK and in field 1. F, r. B 

Type similar to preceding. 

[Devonshire L, 1133.] 

1 


V F 


218 


CILICIA. 




— Metal. 

1 Size. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 


282 


^1-5 As no. 270 (same die). TAPCOVMH T POTTO A€ 

(xJC and in field 1. A, r. F 

MB 

K 

Tyche standing to L, wearing 
kalathos ; in r. rudder, in 1. 
cornucopiae. 

iEl-45|AVTKANTr[0 P] TAPCOVM HTPOnOACAC 

AIANOCC6B and in Type and letters in field as on 
field TT TT Bust of preceding coin. 

Gordian III. (same die [Devonsliire I., 976.1 

as no. 270). 

iEl‘55 AVTKANTFOPAIA TA PCO[V]A\HT P [OlTfO 
N[OCC€B] and in field A€WC Type and letters infield 
TT n Bust of Gor- as on preceding coin, 
dian III. (same die as [B unbury Sale II., 387.] 

no. 261). 




AVTKANTFOPAIA TAPCOVM [HT] POTTOA 
NOCC€B and in field 6 AC and in middle field A 
TT n Bust of Gor- 

dian III. r., wearing K 

radiate crown, paluda- 

mentum and cuirass. ^ 

The Emperor, wearing toga, stand- 
ing L, and Tranqiiillina standing 
r., joining r. hands. 

[Bank Collection.] 


Bust of Gordian III. r.. The Emperor, wearing radiate crown, 
wearing radiate crowu, on horse galloping to r., thrusting 
paludamentum and cui- spear at lion beneath him ; around, 
rass, holding shield de- inscription ; in field, letters, 
corated with gorgoneion 
between two serpents, 
and spear ; around, in- 
scription ; in field, TT TT 

AVTKMANXroPAr [TA]PC OVA\H TPOTT 

ANOCCCB (same die A €; in field 1. A, below, B 
as no. 264). 

K 




TAESUS. 


Metal. 1 
Size. I 


Obverse. 


i*4 • As preceding (same die). TAP COVM H TP O TT ; 
! I in field above A? below K T 

1 i MB 


iEl-4 i[AVT]KAICMANT -- HT PO TTO A€; in field 
i rOPAIANOCCCB above A, [L K?], below B F 

I A\ 


1^.14 AVTKMANTFOPAt TAP COVM H TP O [TT] 

I Ian 0CC€ B same die O ; in field above A, 1. K, below B F 

I I as Mioiinet^ iii., p. 644, M 

I I nos. 532, 533, 538. Same die as Mionnet, iii,, p. 644, 
: I nos. 532, 533. 

I I [Biinbmy Sale IT., 387.] 


'Bust of Gordian III. r., Lion r. bringing down bull on knees 
i wearing radiate crown, tor.; around, inscription ; infield, 
I palndamentum and cui- letters. 

rass, bolding shield de- 
i corated with gorgoneion 
! between two serpents, 
and spear ; in field, 
n H; around, in- 
i scription. 

AVTKMANTFOPAI TA PCOVMHT POH OA 
ANOCC€B (same die 6 AC; in field above AM KB, 
as no. 257). below r. [F] [Wigan.] 


^15 AVTKAICMANTFO TAP COVMHTP OH OA 
PAIANOCC6B (same CAN (sic ) ; in field above AMK 
die as no. 284). below r. F B 


.E 1-45 AVT[KAICMA]NTF As preceding (same die). 
[OPAIAN]OCC€B 
(same die as no. 284). 



220 


• CILICIA. 


Ko. 


Mefcal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Eeverse. 

289 


MM 

[AVTK]ACI]CMAN 

XrOPACIANOJCC 

€B (same die as no. 284). 

[TAP COjVMHTPOTT 0[A] 

€ {0[N] ; in field above AMKB 

r 

Same die as Mionnet, iii., p. 645, 
no. 646. 

290 

1 


MM 

AVTKMANrOPAIA 
NOCC6B and in field 
TT TT Eust of Gor- 
dian III. r., wearing 
radiate crown, paluda- 
mentnm and cnirass. 
Same die as Mionnet, 
iiL, p. 646, no. 548. 

[TAPjCO V MHT POTT 

and in field below O A €W 

c 

Archieratic crown with double 
series of heads placed on table 
with three legs; in outer series,; 
six heads, in the spaces between | 
which are A, M, Nike r. with! 
wreath, Nike 1. with wreath, ^ 
Kj r, B ; in inner series five 
heads separated by supports con- 
necting the two bands of the 
crown. [PL xxxvii. 8.] 

291 

1 

1 

M 1-45 

As no. 271 (same die). 

TAPCOVMH T [P]OTTO[A] 

€AC On table, large prize vase 
containing two palm-branches and 
inscribed 0|KOVM€NIKOC 




Tranqnillina. 

292 

! 

1 

^1-3 

CABIN€IAN(s^c) [T 
P]ANKVAA€IN and 

in inner circle AN 
C€B Bust of Tran- 
qniliina r., wearing 
stephane, crescent at 
shoulders. 

TAPCOVM H T[P]OTIOA 

€nC and in field L M, r. A 

K B 

r 

Dionysos, himation over 1. shoulder 
and lower part of body, standing 
to 1. ; r, resting on thyrsos, in 
r. kantharos, at his feet panther 
L, looking up. 


TAES0S. 


221 


No. 

Wt. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Ee verse. 




Bust of Tranquillina 
r._, wearing stephane ; 
around, inscription. 

Monument or pyre of Sandan (who 
stands on lion to 1.), surmounted 
by eagle, and covered by canopy 
supported by two figures wearing 
Phrygian caps and short chitons j 
around, inscription ; in field, under 
canopy, letters. 

293 


Ml-15 

CAB6INIANTPAN 
K VIAA€INANC€B 

TAPCOV/v\HTPOnOA€nC 

B A 

r M 

K 

294 


Ml-1 

CABIN6IANTPAN 

KVA[Aei]NANC€B 

(sic) 

[TAPCOVM]HTPOTTOA€nC 
B A 

r M 





IS 

(same die as preceding.) 

295 


Ml-l 

CAB€IN lANTPAN 
K VIA[A€INANC 

€ B3 (same die as no. 293). 

TA[PCO]V TPOTT OA€ 

M r [nCA 

K B 

[PI. XXXVII, 9.] 




Pliilip Senior. 

' ■ ■ ■ ' ■ ■■ ■■ , 

296 


.35 1 *4 

AVT-KAI M IOV <l>l 
AITTlTONeVT [€V]. 

and in field TT TT 

Bust of Philip Senior r., 
wearing radiate crown, 
paludamentum and cui- 
rass. 

T A PCO VM HT[ P O n O A€]n 

CAM and in field 1. K, r. above T, 
below B Artemis huntress r., 

wearing short chiton, peplos flying 
behind, and hunting-boots; in 1. 
bow, r. fetching arrow from quiver 
at her back. 

297 


iEl-4 

AVTKAIIOV<l>IAin 
TTON€VT€VCC€ and 

in field TT TT Bust 
of Philip Senior r., 
wearing radiate crown, 
paludamentum and cui- 
rass. 

Same die as Mionnet, 
iii., p. 650, nos. 576, 
578, 579. 

TAPCOVMHT POTTOACnC 

and in field 1. A, r. K 

Mr 

B 

Hermes, wearing winged petasos 
and sandals, chlamys fastened 
round neck and hanging over 1. 
arm, standing to front, head 1.;: 
in r. purse, in 1. caduceus. 


222 


CILICIA. 


No. 

Wt. 

Metal. 

Size, 

Obverse. 

lleverse. 




Otaeilia Severa. 

298 


iEl-26 

nTAKCIAC€]VHP 

AN€VT€VCC 

€B 

Bust of Otaeilia Severa 
r., -wearing stephane. 
Same die as Mionnet, 
iii., p. 651, nos. 583, 
584. 

TAPCOVMH [TPOnO]A6 
AC and in field 1. A, r. T 
/n [B] 

K 

Athena standing to 1. ; r. resting 
on spear, L on shield. 

Same die as Mionnet, iii., p. 651, 
no. 583. 

299 


Ml-2 

nTA[KI]AC€VH 

Bust of Otaeilia Severa 
r., wearing stephane. 

TAPCOVMH TPOnOAenC 

and in field 1. A, r- P 

M B 

K 

Dionysos, draped, standing to 
front, head 1. ; 1. resting on 

thyrsos, r. holding kantharos; at 
his feet, panther 1. looking up. 




Philip Junior. 

300 


^1-4 

AVTKAI[IOV]A4>IA 

innON€VT€VCC 

€B and in field TT TT 
Bust of Philip J unior r., 
wearing radiate crown, 
paludamentum and cui- 
rass. 

TA PCOVMH T POnO 

and in field above AM; below B 

K r 

Selene, crescent on head, veil 
flying above, to r. in car drawn 
by two bulls. 

Same die as Mionnet, iii., p. 650, 
no. 575. 




Trajan Decius. 

301 

! 

1 


iEl-35 

AVK€rM€CKOVA€ 
KIOCTPAIANOC6V 
€VC€B and in field 
TT IT Bust of Decius 
r., wearing radiate 
crown, paludamentum 
and cuirass. 

Same die as Mionnet, 
iii., p. 652^ no. 590* 

[T A PC] 0 VMH T POTTO A€ 

AC and in field 1. A, r. above P, 
M below B 

K 

Apollo standing to front, bead 1., 
chlamys round neck and over 1. 
arm ; in 1. bow, in lowered r. 
laurel-branch. 

[Bank Collection.] 


TABSaS. 


22B 


No. 

wt. 

Mefcal. 

SisEe. 

Obverse. 

Reverse. 

302 


^1-35 

AVKAirA\€CCK]VI 

NCA€KIOCTPA]IA 

NO[C] and in field 
n TT BastofDecius 
r., wearing radiate 
crown, paludamentum 
and cuirass. 

Same die as Mionnet, 
iii., pp. 651, 652, nos. 
586, 587, 589. 

TAPCO VM HT[PO ] TTO A€n 

[C] and in field 1. above A, below K, 

M 

r, above F, below B 

Apollo, nude, standing to front, 
head 1. ; in r. laurel- branch, in 1. 
chlamys. 

303 


M 1-35 

AVKAirA\€CKVINA 

6KIOCTPAIANOC 

and in field TT TT 
Bust of Decius (same 
die as preceding). 

TAPCOVMHTPOnOAeOC 

and in field L A, r. above T, 
M below B 

K 

Artemis huntress, wearing short 
chiton and hunting boots, running 
to L, head r. j in 1. bow, r. fetching 
arrow from quiver at her back; 
before her, stag 1. with head turned 
back. 

Same die as Mionnet, iii., p. 651, 
no. 586. 

, 1 

304 

1 

!■ ' . " 

yE14 

! 

■1 

f 

i 

As no. 301 (same die). 

TAPCOV MHTPOTTOA€nC 

and in field above A, in ex, P B(1j 

MK ^ ^ 

Altar, in front of which humped 
bull lying 1. ; behind it, upper, 
part of male figure, head L, r, 
resting on spear, in 1. uncertain 
object; beside it, on 1., tall column 
surmounted by cultus-figure of 
Apollo Lykeios holding wolves. 
On r., Perseus L, in r. phiale(‘?), 
iu 1. harpe and chlamys ; on L, 1 
City-goddess r., both hands hold-j 
ing torches? and raised tow\ardsj 
the cultus-figure. ! 

Same die as 1898, pi. xiii. 14, : 

p. 177, no. 47. j 

[PLxxxvii. 10.] 1 

[Bank Collection.] 1 



224 


CILICIA. 


No. 


Metal. 

■■'. Size., ■, 

Obverse. 

■ Eeverse. 

' ■ ■■ ■ ' , ■ . ■ ' ■ „ 

305 


M 1 ' ■■■ 

AVK€rA\€CKVA€K 
ITP[AI]ANOC and in 

field TT IT Bust of 
Deeius r., wearing ra- 
diate crown, paluda- 
mentum and cuirass. ■ 

■ 

TAPCOVMHTPOTTOAenC 

Monument or pyre of Sandan 
(who stands to 1. on horned lion), 
surmounted by eagle, and covered 
by a canopy held by two male 
figures wearing Phrygian caps and 
short chitons ; to 1. of monu- 
ment A, to r. r 

M B 

K 

306 


iEl’35 

As no. 301 (same die). 

TAPCOVM H TPOnOAeO 

[C] and in field 1. A? r. F 

M B 

K 

Tyche, wearing kalathos, standing 
to L; in r. rudder, in 1. cornu- 
copiae. [Bank Collection.] 




Herennia 

Etruscilia. 

307 


Ml-15 

ANNIANAITPOVC 
Kl^/\^NCe (sic) 

Bust of Etruscilia r., 
wearing stephane, cres- 
cent at shoulders. 

Same die as Mionnet, 
hi., p. 653, nos. 594 — 
,■',■: 596.1 

T APCOVMH TPOTIOA6 

AC and in field 1. A, r. F 

M B 

K 

Ciiltus-statue of Apollo Lykeios, 
nude, standing to front on om-j 
phalos, head r., holding in each 

1 hand a wolf by the forelegs. 

[Devonshire I., 593.] 

308 


^1-25 

€P€NNIANAITPOV 

CK-.-.N Bust of 

Etruscilia r., wearing 
stephane, crescent at 
shoulders. 

TAPCOVMH TPOnOACnC 

and in field 1. above A, below K, r. F 

M ' ^ B 

Dionysos, standing to front, head 
r., wearing himation over r. arm 
and about lower part of body, and 
boots ; 1. rests on thyrsos, in r. un- 
certain object ; at his feet, panther 

1. looking up. [Devon. I. 1132.] 




I No. 594 reads EP^NNIANj tbe second g being much blurred. 
On nos. 595, 596 and on nos. 307, 309 of this Catalogue the name is 
clearly ANN IAN* A correction seems therefore to have, been 
made in the die before Mionnet’s no. 4 was struck. 


TARSaS. 


225 


No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 

Size. 


Obverse. 


Eeverse. 


309 


310 


311 


Mhl 


Ml 


'^ 1-3 


As no. 307 (same die). 


TAPCOVMH TPOTTOA€n 

C aitd ill field 1. A, r. f 

M B 
K 

Dionysos standing to front, head 
r., wearing hiination over J. 
shoulder and about lower pan 
of body; 1. rests on thyrsos, in 
r. bunch of 'grapes ; at his feet, 
panther I. looking up. 

[Devonshire I., 55. j 


Herennius Etruscus. 


KVIN€P€NNIO€TP 

OVCA€KIONC€ 

Bust of Herennius 
Etruscus r., laureate, 
wearing paludamentum 
and cuirass. 1 


TAP COVKHTPOn OA€ 

AC Monument or pyre of 
Sandan (wiio stands to 1. on lion) 
surmounted by eagle ; it stands 
on basis and is covered by a 
canopy supported by two male 
figures %vearing Phrygian caps, 
also standing on the basis ; to i. 
of it A, to r. r 
M B 


[Devonshire L, 55.] 


Treboiiianus Gallus. 


AVKAirOVI BI[ON 
TPf BATAAAION 

and in field TT TT 
EuvSt of Treboiiianus 
Gallus r., wearing ra- 
diate crown, paluda- 
rnenturn and cuirass. 
Same die as Mionnet, 
iii., p. 654, nos. 599, 
600. I 


TAPCOVMH [TPOnOA]€ 

A C in field L A, in ex. f 8 

M 

K 

Apollo, nude, standing to front, legs 
crossed ; r. hand on liead, which 
is to r., 1. resting on tripod-lebes 
round which serpent twines. 


^ Gf. Jica-ke, Kum. Ihlhn. ds., p. IJIO, but the hitters AVTK 
are not apparent on the specimen in the text, s 

G <r 


226 


CILICIA. 


No. 

Wt. 

Metal. 

Size, 

Obverse. 

Reverse. 

312 


JSl-25 

AVKAirOVJ BION 
TPIBArAAAON and 

in Held TT TT Bust of 
Trebonianus Gallus r. 
(Same die as preceding.) 

■ ■ ■■ ■■ ■ ' ■ ' ■ ■ " 

TAPCOVMH TPOnOA€AC 

and in iieid i. A, r. F 

M B 

K 

Artemis huntress moving to 1., head 
r., wearing short chiton and hunt- 
ing boots; in 1; bow, r. fetching 
arrow from quiver at her back. 
Same die as Mionnet, iii, p. 654, 
no. 600. 

313 

i'v,,-. 

MV2b 

AVK€rOVIBI TP€ 
BATA A - - Bust of 
Trebonianus Gallus r., 
wearing radiate crown , 
paludamentum and cui- 
rass. ’ 

Same die as Mionnet, iii., 
p. 654, no. 601. 

TAPCOV A. A€]AC, in 

ex. AMK, in central field [F] 

B 

City-goddess (on I.) and Emperor 
(on r.). The Emperor stands to 
L, wearing military dress j in 1. 
spear held transversely, ia r. 
[crown decorated with heads] 
which he offers to City-goddess 
who stands r. facing him. 

Same die as Mionnet, iii., p. *654, 
no. 601. 

[Devonshire I., 767.] 

314 

j 

.El-3 

1 

AVKAirOVI BION 
TPIBArALAAON] 

and in field TT IT 

Bust of Trebonianus 
Gallus (same die as no. 
31L) 

TAPCOV M HTPOTTOAC 

A C and in field 1. A , r. F 

^ R 

K “ 

Helios, radiate, moving to 1. ; r. 
raised, in L whip. 

[Biuibury Sale II., 387.] 

3151 

1 

i 


.El-2 

■ . ■ ■ 1 

AVKAirOVI [Blio; 
NTPIBArAAA[ON] 

and in field TT TT 

Bust of Trebonianus 
< -I all us (same die as no. 
311). 

[M]HTPOn OA 6 AC, in ex. 
TAPCOV, in field 1. A, r. F 

K ® 

Tyche of City, veiled and turreted, 
seated I. on rock ; at her feet, 
river-god Kydnos swimming L, 
head r. ; behind, Nike flying 1. 
towards her, with wreath in r., 
palm-branch in 1. 


TARSUS. 


■227 


No 

Wt. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Eeverse. 




Yolusian. 

: ■ , ■ 

316 

■ 

Ml-2 

AVTKrOV€IBA<l>ir 
AAONC€B (sic) Bust 
of Yolusian r., laureate, 
wearing paludaiiieutum 
and cuirass. 

TAPCOVM HTPOnOA€AC 

and in field 1. [A], K 

MB 

r 

Dionysos, wearing himation over 

1. shoulder and lower limbs, stand- 
ing to front, head r. ; 1. resting 
on thyrsos, r. holding l)unch of 
grapes ; at his feet, panther 1. 




Yalerian Senior. 

317 

§ 

ZEl-35 

AVTKnAOVAA€ 
PIANO NC and in 

field TT TT Bust of 
Yalerian r., wearing 
radiate crown, palu- 
damentum and cuirass. 
Same die as Mionnet, iii., 
p. 655, nos. 604, 606. 

TAPCMHTP OTTOAAMK 

and in field 1. F, r. B Artemis 

huntress, two stag's horns on her 
head,^ standing to r., w^earing short 
chiton, peplos and hunting boots; 
in 1. bow, r. fetching arrow from 
quiver at her back. 

[Pi. XXXVIII. 1.] Same die as Mionnet, 
iii., p. 655, no. 606. 

318 


^1-45 

AVKAI-nOAlOVAA 
€PtANON€V (sic) 

C€ 

and in field TT TT 

Bust of Yalerian r., 
wearing radiate crown, 
paludamentum and cui- 
rass. 

Same die as Mionnet, iiL, 
p. 655, no. 607. 

TAPCOVMH TP OnOA€ 

AC and in field 1. above A, below 
M, r. r 

K B 

Hermes, wearing 'winged sandals, 
and chlamys round neck and over 

1. shoulder and arm, standing to 
in r. purse, in 1. winged caduceus. 
[Pi. xxxvm. 2.] 

319 


j:i-4 

AVKAinOVAA€PIA 
NON€V€VC€ and in 

field n TT Bust ui 
Valerian r., wearing 
radiate crown, paluda- 
mentum and cuirass. 

As preceding (same die), but letter 
M in field obliterated. 




^ Cf. the representation of Artemis at Fompeiopolis, above, p. 156,' 
no. 67, FI. xxvii. 8. i ^ 


228 


CILICIA^ 


No. 

Wt. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Eeverse, 




Bust of Valerian r., wear- 
ing radiate crown, palu- 
damentum and cuirass; 
around inscription, in 

field n n 

Tyche standing 1., in r. rudder, in 
1. cornucopiae ; around, inscrip- 
tion; in field, letters. 

320 


M 1-45 

[AVKl-AinOAIOVA 

[A€PIA]NON€[V3 

[C€](8«c) 

Same die as no. 318. 

TAPCOVM H TPOnOA-- 

iii field 1. A, r. F 

A\ B 

K 

(Tycbe wears veil and turreted 
crown.) 

321 


M 1-3 

As no. 317 (same die). 

TAPCMHT POTTOAAMK; 

ill field 1. [r] 

B 

(Tyche wears kalathos.) 

322 


iEl*4 

n ■»» 

TAPCMHT POTTOAAAM^ in 

field I. r 

B 

(Tyche wears kalatlios. Same die 
as preceding.) 

323 


^£1*3 

AVKAinOVAACPIA 

NON€V€VC€ 

TAPCMH TPOnOAAM; in 

field 1. K, r. B 

r 

(Tyche wears kalathos.) 

324 



» AVKAinOVAIOVA 
A€PIANOCC€ and in 

field TT TT Bust of 
Valerian r,, wearing 
radiate crown, paluda- 
menturn and cuirass. 
Same die as Mionnet, iii., 
pp. 655 f., nos. 610, 
611, 613— *616. 

TAPCOVMHTP O nOA€ 

AC and in field L above A, below 

M, r. r 

K r Tycbe-Pantbea, 

winged and draped, standing to 1. ; 
she wears crested helmet, sur- 
mounted by crescent ; in 1. cornu- 
cupiae ; in r. two ears of corn, 
sistrum and rudder; at her feet, 
behind, wheel. 

[Pl.xxxviii.S.] Same die as Mionnet, 
iiL, p. 656, no. 614. 


TABSUS. 


229 


No. 

Wt, 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Eeverse. 




Gallienus. 

S:25 

. 


AVKAinHrrAAM 

HN {sic) and in field 

TT TT Bust of Gal. 
lienus r., laixreate, wear- 
ing paludamentmn and 
cuirass. 

TA PC A\ HTC P] OnO A AM K 

and in field 1. F, r, B Dionysos, 
wearing kalathos{‘?), himationover 
1. shoulder and round lower part 
of body, and boots, standing to 
front, head 1. ; 1. rests on thyrsos 
tied with fillet, in r. oenochoe; 
at his feet, panther 1. looking up. 

326 

»■ 

j:i-3 

AVKAITTH r TAA 

AIHNOCC€B(5*c) and 
in field TT IT Bust 
of Gallienus T.j wearing 
radiate crown, paiuda- 
mentum and cuirass. 

TAPCOVMH T PO nOA€ 

AC and in field 1. A, r. F 

M r 

K 

Artemis huntress, wearing short 
chiton and hunting boots, stand- 
ing to front, head r. ; in 1, bow, 
r. fetching arrow from quiver at 
back. 

'327 

1 

MV2 

As preceding (same die). 

TA PCO VM HTPOnO Acnc A 

MK and in field F F Eike r., 
nude to waist, L foot on globe (?), 
supporting on knee and with L 
hand oval shield ; with r. she points 
to inscription thereon € 1 C 

AIANA 

TOVC 

KVPI 

OVC 

i 

328; 

I 


Ml'3 

\ 

j 

As no, 326 (same die). 

TAPCOV M HTPOnOA € 

AC and in ex. AMKFF Goddess, 
helmeted, seated r. on lion walk- 
ing r.; in r. phiale; on r. Nike 
flying towards her with \vreath. 

[PI. XXX VI r I. 4.] 


M. V 


230 ciuciA. 


No. 

Wt 

S ® 

CD gS 

Obverse. 

Ee verse. 




Salonina. 

329 


iEl*2 

KOPNHAIANCA A 
ANINANC Bust of 
Salonina r., wearing 
stephane, crescent at 
shoulders. 

TAPCOVM HTPOTTOA6 

AC and in held L A, r. f 

M r 

K 

Kybele, wearing kalathos, seated 
r. on throne, at sides of which are 
lions. 

330 


Ml-l 

KOPNHAIANC AA 
n[NIN]AN Bust of 
Salonina r., wearing 
stephane, crescent at 
shoulders. 

TAPCOVMH TPOnOACA 

[C] and in field I. A, r. f 

M r 

K 

Aphrodite (of the type of the 
Cnidian Aphrodite of Praxiteles) 
standing to front, head r. ; r. hand 
before her body, with 1. she lays 
drapery on hydria beside her, 

[PL xxxvm. 5.] 

331 

i'''. 

Ml'2 

KOPNHAIANC AA 
HNINAN Bust of 
Salonina r., wearing 
stephane, crescent at 
shoulders. 

TAPCOVMH TP 0... and 

in field 1. A, r. M 

K 

Helios, radiate, standing to r. ; 
r. rais(‘d, in 1. whip. Overstruck 
on coin of same type, of which 
upper half and the letters APCO 
VMH TP are visible. 

[PL xxxYiii. 6.] 



TITIOPOI.IS. 


231 


No 

Wfc. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Ee verse. 




TITIOPOLIS. 




L. V 

eras. 

1 

: 

^1-2 

AYTO[Km]AIAAY 

OY[HPOC]C€Bi 

Bust of L. Yerus r., 
bare-headed, wearing 
paludamentum and cui- 
rass. 

€TOVCr TITIO TTOACIT 

Distyle arched temple, within 
which Tyche standing to L, wear- 
ing kaiathos, in r. rudder, in 1. 
cornucopiae. 

[Pi. xxxviii, 7.] 









232 



CILICIA. 


No.l 

1 


Metal. 
Size. ' 

Obverse. 

Eeverse. 


-^•95 


M -7, 


ZEPHYRIUM. 

First Century B.C. to Imperial Times 
X ia wreath of laurel. 


X E^Y P I in wreath of laurel. 

nriiN 

fk FP 

[PI. xxxviii. 8.] 


M -7 


\M -7 


-8 


M *8 


Head of City r., wearing 
turreted crown : border 
of dots. 


IE<|>VPl__ Goddess, wearing 
turreted crown, seated i. ; in r. 
Nike 1 ; at her side, leaning against 
seat, shield; in field L, 

[PL XXXVIII. 9.] 


Head of City r., wearing 
turreted crown. 


Similar type to preceding 
border of dots. 


IE<(>YPfnT£lN Athena, wear- 
ing crested helmet, seated 1. in 
r. Nike ; at her side, leaning 
against seat, shield; in field 1.,, 
uncertain letters, TT A ? 


ZE<|>YPIX2[TnN] Similar type 
to preceding; in field ^ 

i'E 

[Pi. xxxviii. 10.] 


Head of City r., wearing 
turreted crown : border 
of dots. 


Head of City r., wearing 
turreted crown ; behind, 
A border of dots. 


IE<j>YPI nXilN Goddess, 
wearing turreted crown, seated 
1. on throne with back ; in r. 
lotus -headed sceptre; in field 

ut 

6 it) 


ZE«l>YPinTnN Similar type to 

preceding; in field L, JK 

A 

Cf. Mionnet, iii., p. G57, no. 622. 

[PL xxxviii. IL] 


iffiPHTEItJH* 


No. 

Wt. 

Metal. 

Size. 

Obverse. 

Iteverse. 




Imperial Times, 




Time of Hadrian or later. 

7 


M *8 

AAPIA NOTTOAIT 

|Z6<I>VP lATAN Burning altar, 




AN Bust of Citj r., 

garlanded : border of dois. 




veiled and turreted : 
border of dots. 

[Wigan.] 




[PL XXXIX, 1.] 




Hadrian. 

8 


1-05 

AAPIANOCC[€BA 

CABINACEBAC TH ZE<I>V 




C] TOCAA^ 

PJATAN Bust of Sabina r., 




Head of Hadrian r., 
laureate. 

wearing stephane. 




Antoninus Pius* j 

9 



-- KAmAIAAPIA 

AAPIAN[0]TTOAIT ANZ€«I> 




AN[T]nNINOCC 

VP 1 AT AN ^ Zeus (or Demos?), 




€B€V and in field TT TT 

wearing himation over lower limbs 




Head of Pius r., lau- 

and 1. shoulder, seated 1. on throne ; 




reate. 

in r. phiaie (or wreath ?). 


1 



[H. P. Borrell.] 

10 


JSl 

AAPIA ANTA 

AAPIA NOnO AITAN[Z€ 



! 

NINOCC€B€V and 

<frVPIIl]TIlN Zeus, wearing 




in field TT TT Head 

himation over lower limbs and 1. 




of Pius r., laureate. 

shoulder, seated 1. on throne with 
back ; in r. Nike r. with wreath, 

L resting on sceptre. 

[PL XXXIX. 2.] [WhittalL] 




* Tbe first O seems to coincide with tbe circle of tbe phial©. 



234 


INSUM CILICIAB. 



INSULA CILIOIAE. 


ELAEUSSA-SEBASTE. 


First Century (before 20) b.o. 

Head of Zeus r., with Nike advancing 1., in r. wreath ; in 
taenia. held L, name of city and letters 

or monograms. 

■ w 

M ‘85 Behind, A: border of EAA lOVZlilN A 
dots. ;£ 

[Bunbury Sale II., 387.] 


\M *9 Behind, £: border of EAAIOYZZI^N AlO 
I dots. [Subhi.] 


‘8 Behind, uncertain letters: [E] AAIOYZZIIIN IZI 
I border of dots, 0E 

j [Pi. XXXIX. 3.] 


M *8 Behind, EP: border of j EAA tOVZIHLN] 

dots. j ^ 


[PL XXXIX. 4.] 


[Subhi ] 


M *85 Behind, border of EAA lOYZiaN Z 
dots. ^ 


M *851 Behind, „ border of EA AlOVZI . . Z 

'1 ■ 'dots, ■ ■ 

I [11. P. Burrell] 





XT TSTi. MsfcSll, 

Size. 


Obverse- 


Eeverse. 


M '851 Behind, uncertain letter: EA AI^YSZ . . 2 

border of dots. 


[Snbhi.] 


M -9 Behind, letter off the EAA lOVZlIlN Z 
flan?: border of dots. A 

[H. P. Borreil.] 

M '8 Head of Zeus r., lau- EAA lOVZI^^N Nike advancing 
reate (?): border and L, in r. wreath; in field L, ^ 

letters behind oblite- cp 

[Subhi,] 


Head of City r., turreted : Hermes, nude but for chlamys 
border of dots. fastened at neck, standing to 1. ; 

in 1. caduceus, in r. phiale?; in 
field, name of city and letters or 


monograms. 


\M *75 Behind, SA ? 


]oni [eiaaiovzziun, [gsi 

[PI. XXXIX. 5.] 


M ‘7 Behind, SA ? 


M *7 Behind, ©Y 


? OnL EAAlOV2:ZI[£lN], [l]2:i 

w 

[H. P. BorrelL] 

[Same dies as preceding.] 

On r. [ElAAlOVZmCN], on 1. Z1 


Imjperial Coinage (with name Sebaste). 

Commodus. 

M 1 05 AYT KAI AYPH KO GCBACTH [l€]PACAVTN 

A\0[A]0[C] and be- AV^ Athena, heimeted, to r., 
hind head, € YTY shield on 1. arm, with spear in 
Bust of Commodus r., raised r. attacks a serpent-footed 
laureate, wearing palu- giant. [Pi. xxxix. 6.] 

damentum and cuirass. 


^ Apparently not C€BACTH I €P as Imhoof-Blnmer 
'gives it, B>ev. 8uis^e^ viii., p. 39. 


236 


imvhk CH.ICIA25. 


Ko. 


Metal. 

■' 'Size."' 

Obverse. 

Beverse. 




Geta. ; 

14 


Ml-l 

no.c€n — Bust 

of Geta r., bareheaded, 
wearing cuirass. Un- 
certain countermark. 

C[€BA]CTHI€ PACA[VTN] 
AVAPX[IC] -2eus seated 1. on 
throne with back ; in r. phiale(l), 
1. resting on sceptre. 




Gordian III. 

15 


J]l-35 

AVTKMAN [rOP] 
AI[A Bust of Gor- 

dian r., laureate, wear- 
ing pal ud amentum and 
cuirass. Countermark : 
aplustre. 

C€BACTHI€PA and in 

field 1. n, r. A 

C € 

P T 

Asklepios standing to front, head 
1., r. on serpent-staflf. 

[Pi. XXXIX. 7.] 




,i 

{ 



KIIfGS OP CILICIA.. 




No. 


Wt. 


Metal. 

Size. 


Obverse. 


Eeverse. 


KINGS OF CILICIA. 


TAECONDIMOTTJS. 


Circ. B.C. 39 — 31. 


[Mint, Hieropolis.] 


Head of Tarcondimotus 
r., diademed : border 
of dots. 


\M -85 


Zeus, wearing himation over lower 
limbs, seated 1. on throne with 
back ; in r. Nike r. with wreath, 
1. resting on sceptre. 

[BAX]IAEn[Z] r., 
TAPKONAIMO , 

TOV 

I [<I>IAA]NT - _ in ex. 

[Montagu Sale II., 310.] 

[PI. XXXIX. 8.] 


M '85! Coimtermark : anchor. 


M -9 


\M -7 


Countermark : anchor. 


Countermark: anchor. 


[B]ASIAEI2[Z] r., 
TAPKONAI[A\o] , 

TO[V] 

[4>IAANT_-] in ex. 


BA]ZIAEn2 r., 
T]APK0NAIM0 , 
TOV 

[<I>IAANT-_] in ex. 


BAZIAEXiX] r., 
TA]PKoNAIM[0] , 

TOV 

[<l>IAA]NTn[N __] in ex. 

[E. Payne Knight.] 


mms Of CILICIA. 


Ko. 


Wt. 


Metal. 

Size. 


Obverse. 


Beverse. 


M *9 


PHILOPATOR (11. ?) 

died A.D. 17. 
[Mint, Hieropolis.] 


Veiled and turreted female 
head r. (Tyche of Hiero- 
polis) : border of dots. 


BACIACnC r., <l>IAonA 1. 

TOPO[C] 

Athena, helmeted, standing to 1.; 
in r. Nike r. with wreath, 1. rest- 
ing on shield. 


[PI. XXXIX. 9.] 


XJNCEETAIN COINS, 


239 


No Wt. 


Obverse. 


Reverse. 


UNCERTAIN COINS. 

Fourth Century b.c. 
Pkobably OF Cilicia. 


Female bust facing, wear- Bearded bust (of Herakles *?) to 1., 
ing veil and necklace: head bare, chlamys (or lion’s skin?) 
border of dots. fastened round neck : border of 

dots. 


1 10-2 \M -4 


[PL XXXIX. 10.] 


6*6 *3 (Necklace not visible.) 


[Lawson, Smyrna.] 


10 ^ *4 Female head facing : bor- Female bust r., wearing taenia, hair 

der of dots. in plaited queue. [Subhi.] 

[PI. XXXIX. 12.] 


2*7 JR *2 King of Persia running Female head facing. 

to r., in extended 1. [Lawson, Smyrna.] 

bow. 

[PL xxxix. IL] 


10*6 M 


Janiform head, beardless, Bust of Herakles L, beardless, lion’s 
wearing crested helmet skin fastened in front of neck, 
and earring: border of 
dots. 

(Cf. Imhoof-Blumer, Monn. Gr., p. 371, no. 70, pL Gil.) 

i 

[PI. XXXIX. 13.] 


10 IjR, 


j (Linear border.) [H. P. Borrell.] 
[PI. XXXIX. 14.} 


9-3 ^ 




INDEXES 


I. Geograpiucal. 

ILa. Types. 

II. B. Emperors, &q, 

III. A. Symbols. 

III.B. Countermarks. 

III. c. Eras. 

IV. A. Kings and Rulers. 

IV.B. Magistrates’ Names on Autonomous Coins, 

IV. c. Magistrates’ Names on Imperial Coins. 

V. Roman Magistrates* Names. 

VI. Engravers’ Names. 

YII. Remarkable Inscriptions. 

References in the Indexes are to the oi the Introduction 

and Catalogue. 




INDEX I 


GEOGEAPHICAL. 


N.Bi — ^Where more references than one are made to the Introduction, the 
more important references are in heavy type. 


A, 

Ace-Ptolemais (Galilaea), cxvi. 
Adana, xcviii., 15, 69 (note 1). 
Adraa (Arabia), xxvi. (note 2). 
Aegeae, xiii., xlix., cxii., cxxxii., 20. 
Alexandria (Egypt), cxvi. 

Alexandria ad IssumyXxviii., cxxviiL, 

Anazarbus, xxxiv.,xxxvi.,xcii,, xciii., 

cii., 31. 

Anchiale, cxviii. 

Anemurium, xxxviL (note 6), xL, 41. 
Anthemusia (Mesopotamia), xli. (note 
2 ).. 

Antiochia (Pisidia), xxvi. (note 2). 
Antiocbia (Syria), Ixx. (note 4). 
Antiochia ad Cydnum (Tarsus), 
Ixxxv., 177. 

Antiochia ad Sarum (Adana), xcviii. 
Antiochia TrapaXtov, ad Cragum, 
xxxviii. 

Aphrodisias, 1. 

Aspendus (Pamphylia), xcvii. 
Augusta, cviii., 44. 


B. 

Barata, xvii,, xix., 2. 

Beroea (Macedon), 18 (note 2). 


C, 

Caesarea ad Anazarbum . — See Ana- 
zarbus. 

Caesarea (Cappadocia), ixx., xcv, 
Carallia, xxxi., 47, 

Casae, xxxi., xxxii., 49. 

Castabala . — See Hieropolis. 
Celenderis, xl., xlvi., cxxxii., 51. 
Cennatis, xxix., xxx., Hi., Iv., Ivi., 
119. 

Oestrus, xxxviii., 60. 

Cetis, xL, li, 

Charadra, xxxix. (note 3). 

Cibyra Major (Phrygia), xxxiii. 
Cibyra Minor, xxxii, 

Cietis . — See Cetis. 

Cilicia, xvii., xviii., xxYiii., 15. 
Citium (Cyprus), Ixxxii. 



244 


■iKREXj: I/V 


Ciaudiopolis {Mut)^ Ivii., 60. 
Claudiopolis Ninica . — See Ninica. 
Codrigae, xciv. 

Colybrassiis, xxxiii, xxxyi., 61. 
Coracesiunj, xxxv., 64. 

Coropissus, Ivi., 65* 

Corycus, Ixvii., 67. 

Cotrigae, xciy, 

D. ■ ■■ 

Dalisandus (Cilicia Tracheia), xix., 
In. (note 1). 

Dalisandus (Lycaonia), xvii., xix., 
xxi. (note 4), 3. 

Derbe, xvii., xviii., xx. 

Diocaesarea, Iv., 71, 76 (note i). 

^ . ! 

Elaeussa-Sebaste, xviii., xxx., xxxvii. | 
(note 1), Ixviii, cxxxii., 234. i 
Epiphanea, cxxv., 76, 116 (note 1). j 


F. 

Flaviopoiis, cvii., cxxxii., 78. 


Gaza (Judaea), Ixxii. 
GermanicopolivS, lix., Ixiii. (note 4) 
81. 

H. 

Haraaxia, xxxiv. (note 3). 
Hiera.come (Eydia), ci. (note 5). 
Hierapolis (Phrygia), ci. (note 5), 


Hieropolis-Bambyce (Syria), Ixxxv., 
ci. (note 3). 

Hieropolis-Castabala, xviii., xxix., c., 
cxxix., 82, 237, 238. 

Himera (Sicily), cxxii. 

Holmi, L, Ixiv., 85, 115 (note 1). 
Hyde, xvii., xx., cxxxii. 


, , I‘ . 

Iconiuin, xvii., xviii., xxiii, cxxxii,, 

4. '■ ' 

Idalium (Cyprus), xlii. (note. 4). 
Ilistra, xvii., x:n», 8. 

Ibtape, xxxvi., Ixx. (note 2), 86. 
Irenopolis, IxL, Ixxvi. (note 2), 87. 
Isaura, xxvL, xcvi., cxxxii., 13. 
Isauria, xviii., xxvi., xxx., xcii., 13. 
Issns, ixxiii. (note 1), Ixxxi., Ixxxiv.^ 
cxxvi., 55 (note 1). 90. 


J. 

Juliosebaste, Iviii. 


L. 

Lacanatis, Ixi., ixii 
Laertes, xxxiv., 91. 

Lalassis, xxix., xxx., lii., Iviii,, 119. 
Lamotis, xxxix, 

Lamus, xxviii., xxxix, 

Laodicea (Phrygia), Ixviii. (note 2), 
Laodicea Combusba, xvii., xviii., xxiL 
Laranda, xvii., xviii., xxL, 3, 9. 
Lycaonia, xvii., xcii., 1. 

Lycia, cxx, 

Lyrbe, xxxiv., xxxv,, 93. 

Lystra, xvii., xviii., xxv., 10; 



GBOaEAPHIOAL. 245 


M. 

Magarsus, Ixxxv., cxxiv. 

Mallus, Ixxxi., Ixxxiv., Ixxxv., exvii., 
cxxxii., 95. 

Mopsiis, cix., 103. 

My us, xlvL 


Nagidus, xiii., xli., cxxxii., 109. 
Mnica ClaudiopoHs, Iviii., 117. 


0 . 

Olba, xxix., xxx., lil, Ivi., 119. 
Olbia (Pamphylia), cxix. 


. , . P. ■ ■ ■ ■ 

Parkis, xvii., xviii., xxv., 11. 

Pan talia (Thrace), xcv. 

Pella (Macedon), xxii. (liote 5). 
Perinthus (Thrace), Ixyiii. (note 2). 
Philadelphia, lix, (note 3), lxiii,, 127. 
Pompeia, Ixxiy. 

Pompeiopolis, ixxiv., 152. 


S. 

Sagalassus (Pisidia), civ., 76 (note 1). 
Samos, xli. (note 7), 72 (note 1). 
Savatra, xvil., 12. 
Sebaste.“5ee Elaeussa. 

Seleuoia ad Calycadnum, Iv., Ixiv., 
128. 

Seieucia ad Pyramiun, cix. 

Selge (Pisidia), 72 (note 1). 
Selinus-Trajanopolis, xxxvii., 143, 
Side (Pamphylia), xxxiii., xxxv., 
xxxvi., L, 55 (note 1). 

Sisia, Sision, cvii. 

Soli, Ixxi., ixxxi., Ixxxiv., 144. 
Syedra, xxxii., xxxiv., xxxvi., 157. 


T. 

Tarsus, xxvii. (note 5), hsxii. (note 5), 
Ixxvi., cxxxii. ; 90 (note 1), 1 62. 
Titiopolis, lx., 231. 

Trajanopolis .— ^06 Selinus. 

Tralles (Lydia), Ixviii. (note 2). 


Zephyrium, Ixi. (note 3), Ixxv., 232.^ 



(246 ) 


INDEX II.A. 


TYPES. 


A. 

Acropolis of Anazarbns, with bust of 
Zeus in front. — Anazarbus, cvi. 

Aegis with gorgoneion. — Soli, Ixxiv, 
(note 1), 150. 

Aequitas standing. — ^Mopsus, 107. 

Aeternitas % standing. — Lyrbe, 93. 

Afrinus, M. Annins, head! of. — 
Iconium, xxiv. (note 5). 

Agonistic vase, wreath, &c . — See 
Vase, Wreath, &c. 

Ahura-mazda. — Iswsus, 90; Mallus, 
cxxii.; Soli, Ixxiii., 148 ; Tarsus, 
Ixxviii., 164. 

Ajax of Olba, head of, as Hermes. — 
Olba, 119, 120. 

Alexander the Great, head of, 
as Herakles. — Alexandria ad 
Issum, 29. Diadem ed.~Aegeae, 
cxvi. 

Altar. — Mopsus, cx., 103 ; Zephy- 
rium , 233. Supporting crown . — 
Tarsus, 198. In front of tree 
beside temple. — Diocaesarea, 72. 
With crab. — Mopsus, cxii. 
Perseus and City-goddess before,. 
— Tarsus, 215, 223, 


Amalthea holding infant Zeus. — 
Aegeae, cxv. 

Amphilochos standing. — Mallus, 
cxxiii. (note 6), 102; Tarsus, 
xcyii. With Athena- — ^!Malius, 
102. 

Amphora. — ^Nagidus, 110. 

Ana, Dataines standing before, — 
Tarsus, Ixxx. 

Anchor between two cornuacopiae, — 
Lacanatis, Ixii. (note 4), ixiii* 
(note 4)., 

Andromeda . — See Perseus. 

Antaios and Herakles. — ^Tarsus, 195. 

Antioclms IV of Gommagene, head 
of. — ^Aegeae, cxiii. ; Alexandria 
ad Issum, cxxix. ; Anemurium, 
xl. [Seie aUo- Index IV. a..] 

Antioclms IV. of Syria, head of. — 
Adana, xcviii. ; Alexandria ad 
Issum, 29 ; Hieropolis, ci. ; 
Mopsus, lOS. [See also Index 
IV.A.] 

Antonins, M.*?, head of. — Soli-Pom- 
peiopolis, ixxiv. (note 0), 153. 

Aphrodite, figure of : — 

Standing : dressing her hair. — 
Carallia, 47. Holding mirror? — 



TYPES. 


247 


Syedra, 158. At the bath 
(Cnidian type). — Tarsus, xcvi., 
230 . Holding corniicopiae, with 
Eros. — Adana, c. (note 1). With 
Hemies. — 100. With 
Hermes and Ares.— -Syedra, 159. 
At the Judgment of Paris.— 
Tarsus, 205. 

Seated: on throne, holding flower. 
— ISTagidus, xlii., xlvi., 112, 
With Eros beside or behind 
her.— ISTagidus, xlii., 109, 111 f. 
With Eros flying to’wards her.— 
Nagidus, xlii., 109, 113 f. 

Riding on bull. — Seleucia, Ixvi. 
(note 6) ; Soli, Ixxiv., 150. 

Aphrodite, head or bust of. — Malius, 
cxxii. ; ISfagidus, xliii., xlvi., 
1 1 0, 1 1 1 , 1 1 5. Tarsus, Ixxxi. 

Aplustre. — Corycus, 67. 

Apollo, figure of 

Standing: holding branch. — Soli- 
Pompeiopolis, 155; Tarsus, 200, 
212, 223. Holding branch, 
mouse(l) at his feet (Smin- 
iheusi), — Goropissus, 65. Hold- 
ing branch and bow. — Lamus, 
xl. ; Lyrbe, 93 ; Tarsus, 203, 
222. Holding branch, with 
lyre. — Anazarbus, 38; Epi- 
phanea, 77 ; Pompeiopolis, Ixxv. 
Holding long branch and phiale 
(Sarjpedonios), — Holmi, li. ; cf. 
Issns, cxxvii. Holding branch, 
with tripod, — Celenderis, 57, 58. 
Holding how, leaning on column. 
— Anemurium, xl. Holding bow 
and uncertain object. — Tarsus, 
211. Holding bow, with stag. — 
Laertes, xxxiv. (note 4). Resting 
on tripod.— Tarsus, 225. Wearing 
short chiton and chlamys, hold- 


ing ‘sceptre and phiale (Suletes), 
— Laertes, xxxiv., 91 ; Lyrbe, 
xxxiv., XXXV. (note 1), 93, 
94 ; Selinus, xxxviii. ; Syedra, 
xxxvi. (note 8), 157, Stand- 
ing, with Caracalla. — Isaura, 
13, 14, 

Cuitus image, standing on om- 
phalos, holding one or two 
wolves {Lyheios). — ^Tarsus, 202, 
203, 208, 224. 

Apollo, head or bust of : — 

Adana, 16 ; German! copol is, 81 ; 
Malius, 101 ; Mopsus, cxi. 
Sarpedonios, — Holmi, ii., 85 ; 
Seleucia, Ixiv., 1 30. Confronted 
with bust of Tyche. — Seleucia, 
Ixvi., 139-141. Hadrian iden- 
tified with, confronted with 
bust of Sabina as Artemis. — 
Seleucia, 131. 

Apollo Lykeios, altar of, Perseus 
and City-goddess before, — ^Tar- 
sus, 215, 223. 

Aratus, portrait of. — Pompeiopolis, 
Ixxiv., 154, 155. 

Archelaus of Cappadocia, head of, — 
Elaeiissa-Sebaste, Ixix. l_See 
also Index IV. a.] 

Archer, kneeling, shooting. — Tarsus, 
163. Testing arrow. — Soli, 
Ixxi., 144. Testing bow-string. 
—Soli, Ixxii., 144-146. 

Archer, head of. — Soli, 146. 

Ares, standing, with spear and 
shield. — Laertes, 91 ; Lyrbe, 
XXXV. (note 1), 93; Syedra, 160. 
With Hermes and Aphrodite. — 
Syedra, 159. 

Ares, head of. — Hagidus, xlii. ; 
Tarsus, Ixxviii., 164-167. 

Arethiisa, head of, facing. — Tarsus, 



248 


INDEX n.A. 


ixxviii., 164 f.- [See also Head, 
female,] 

Armenian tiara in wreath. — Laca- 
natiSj Ixii. (note 3). 

.Artemis, figure of : — 

As huntress, standing or running, 
with how. — Aegeae, 27 ; Au- 
gusta, 45 ; Mopsus, cix., cx., 
105, 106; Tarsus, 212, 221, 
223, 226, 229. With tree, 
and stag in thicket. — Seleucia, 
Ixvi. (note 5). Wearing horns on 
head.— Pompeiopolis, Ixxv., 156; 
Tarsus, xcvi., 227. Wearing 
long chiton. — Anemurium, xL, 
41; Selinus, xxxvii. (note 6), 
xxxviii. 

Standing : holding bow and 
sceptre. — Tsaura, 14- Holding 
two torches. — Casae, xxxii. 
(note 3). 

Cultus-statue, in temple. — Ana* 
zarbus, 36 (note 1). Between 
two stags browsing on trees. — 
Flaviopolis, cvii. (note 5). 
Mummy - shaped, with two 
branches, stag and doe. — Ane- 
mnriurn, xli., 42, 43. 

With Hermes and sleeping figure. 
— Seleucia, Ixvi. (note 5). 

Sealed, — Ariazarhus, 37. 

Artemis, head or bust of. — Adana, 
15 ; H ieropoiis, cii,, 83 ; Mopsus, 
106; Seleucia, 130; Soli, 151. 
Sabina as Artemis. — Mopsus, 
cx., 106. Confronted with bust 
of Hadrian as Apollo. — Seleucia, 
131. 

Artemis Perasia, types relating to. — 
Hieropolis, cii. 

Asklepios, figure of : — 

Standing,-rElaeussa-Sebaste> 236. 


With Hygieia. — Epiplianea, 77 ; 
Irenopolis, 89 ; Mopsus, cxii. ; 
Tarsus, xcvi. With’ Hygieia 
and Telesphoros. — Parlais, xxvi. 
(note 2); Pompeiopolis, Ixxv, 
With Telesphoros in temple. — 
Aegeae, cxv. 

Asklepios, bust of. — Aegeae, 23. 
With bust of Hygieia. — Ireno- 
polis, 89. 

Astragalizousa. — Tarsus, Ixxx. 
Astragaios. — Ceienderis, xlviii., 53 ; 

Mallus, cxxi. 

Athena, figure of 

Standing : with shield and spear. 
— Alexandria ad Issum, cxxix, ; 
Augusta, 46; Carallia, 48; 
Epiphanea, 76 ; Laertes, 92 ; 
Polemo IL, liv. ; Tarsus, 222. 
With serpent twined round 
spear. — Iconiurn, 6. Olive-tree 
beside her.— -Coiybrassus, 61. 
Holding phiale. — Aegeae, cxiv. 
(note 4) ; Barata, 2 ; Casae, 49 ; 
Colybrassus, 61 (spear or sceptre 
held transversely), 63; Ilistra, 
8 ; Savatra, xxii. (note 1), 12 ; 
Tarsus, 102. Holding owl. — 
Tarsus, 191, 192. Between two 
stags. — ^Aegeae, cxvi. Armed 
with aegis and javelin, serpent 
twined round tree. — Carallia, 
xxxii. (note 1), Voting. — 
Carallia, xxxii. (note 1); Cora- 
cesium, xxxv. (note 6) ; Lyrbe, 
XXXV. (note 1), 94; Savatra, 
xxii. (note 1) ; Syeclra, xxxvi. 
(note 3), Holding ll^ike [see 
also Athena running]. — Aegeae, 
21 ; Carallia, 48 ; Holmi, li, ; 
Mopsus, 106; Pliilopaior, 238; 
Seleucia, Ixv. (note 1)^ 130^ 132, 


TYPES.' 


249 


136; Soli-Pompeiopdli?, 152- 
154; Tarsus, 194. Holding 
Nike, serpent beside her. — 
Iconium, 5. Holding Nike 
(copy of the Parthenos). — Nagi- 
dus, xlii. (note 4), 1 i 2. Holding 
Nike, crescent at shoulders. — 
Ponipeiopolis, Ixxv. 

Standing : with Amphilochos. — 
Malius, 102. With Aphrodite 
and Hera, at the Judgment of 
Paris. — Tarsus, 205. With 
Tyche. — Colybrassus, 63. With 
Tyche and Nemesis. — Tarsus, 
204, 210. 

Running, holding Nike, — TarsUvS, 
204, 208, 210, 212. 

Fighting on foot : with aegis, javelin 
and thunderbolt. — Isaura, xxvii. 
(note 5). With shield and thun- 
derbolt. — Soli, 151. Opposed by 
giant. — Elaeussa-Sebaste, 235 ; 
Seleucia, Ixv., 131, 135, 136, 
141, 142. 

Cultus-figure (Athena Magarsis). 
— Malius, cxxiii. 

Seated : with olive-tree behind 
her. — Malius, 100; Tarsus, 
Ixxx. Holding phiale. — Casae, 
49. Holding Nike. — Isaura, 
xxvii. (note 5) ; Malius, 101 ; 
Soli, 152, 153; Tarsus, 209; 
Zephyrium, 232, 

In quadriga: Diocaesarea, 73. 
Opposed by two giants. — Se- 
leucia, Ixv., 133. In quadriga 
to front. — Tarsus, xcvi., 204. 

Athena^ head or bust of : — 

Nearly facing, in triple-crested 
helmet: Magarsus?, cxxiv. (note 
5) ; Tarsus, Ixxxiii., Ixxxv., 
174, 175. 


In profile: Adana, 16; Aegeae, 
cxiv., 22, 26 ; Anemurium, 41 ; 
Celenderis, xlviii., xlix., 53, 
58 ; Coropissus, 65 ; Elaeussa- 
Sebaste, Ixx. ; Flaviopoiis, 79; 
Holmi, li., 85 ; Iconium, xxiv. 
(note 6), 5 ; Irenopolis, 88 ; 
Lystra, xxv. (note 3) ; Malius, 
cxxi.; Mopsus, cx. ; hiagidiis, 
xlii. (note 4j ; Olba, Iv. ; Seleucia, 
Ixiv., 128, 129, 131; Soli, 
Ixxii., Ixxiii,, 140-152; Zephy- 
rium, Ixxvi. 

Athlete seated on table, crowning 
himself. — Augusta, cix. 

Athletes, two, with prize vase an 
table between them. — Tarsus, 
198. 


B. 

Baal, standing, holding eagle. — 
Issus, cxxvii,, 90 ; Malius, 
cxxii. ; Soli, Ixxiii., 148; Tarsus, 
Ixxviii., 164. 

Baaltars seated. — Magarsus?, cxxiv. 
(note 5) ; Tarsus, <fec., 165-176. 
In temple. — Tarsns, Ixxx., 167, 
168. 

Baetyi. — ^Malius?, cxvii, f., 95-97. 

Basin for oil, gymnasiarch’s. — 
Syedra, xxxvi., 158, 161, In 
temple, — Colybrassus, xxxiv. 

Biga of bulls, with Selene. — Ana* 
zarbus, 35 ; Olba, Iv. ; Tarsus, 
xcvi., 212, 222. 

Of centaurs, with Dionysos and 
Ariadne. — ^Tarsus, 205. 

Of horses : with Helios. — Mopsus, 
cx. With Nike. — Anazarbus, 
36 ; Augusta, 46. 


K K 


250 


n.A. 


Of panthers : with Dionysos. — 
Epiphanea, cxxvi.; Kiniea, 116; 
Seleucia, 133. Seen to front, 
with Dionysos. — Irenopolis, 
Ixiii. 

Of serpents : with Demeter. — 
Celenderis, 58 ; Coracesiura, 
XXXV. (note 6). With Tripto- 
lemos. — Tarsus, 195, 196. 

Birds, baetyl between two, — Mallus?, 
exix., 96. 

Boot.— Aegeae, cxvi., 26. 

Boule seated, dropping pebble in 
vase. — Tarsus, 188. 

Bow.— See Club and bow. 

Branch — Laurel-branch, Olive- 
branch. 

Bridge over river.— Aegeae, cxv. ; 
Mopsus, exii. 

Bull, humped. — Seleucia, 135. But- 
ting. — Tarsus, Ixxxv. 

Bull, forepart of.— Uncerta-in, xli. 
(note 7). 

Bull . — See also Herakles, Lion, 
Mithras, Selene. 

Bust. — /See Head. 


C.^ 

Caduceus. — Corycus, 67 ; Elaeussa- 
Sebaste, Ixix. Between two 
cornuacopiae. — Irenopolis, IxiL, 
Ixiii. 

Capricorn. — Anazarbus, 35, 37, 39; 
Augusta, 4r4r. 

Caps of Dioskuri. — Olba, 125 ; Soli, 
151. With harpe. — Olba, Iv, 

Car . — See Biga, Quadriga. 

, Caria, supposed personitication of, — 
Tarsus, xcii. 


Centaurs. — See Dionysos. 

Chariot. — See Biga, Quadriga. 

Chrysippus, bust of. — Soli-Pompeio- 
polis, Ixxiv., 154:. 

Cilicia. — See Eparchiae. 

Cista mystica between two standards. 
Seleucia, Ixvi. (note 4). 

City, walls of, with lion and bull 
above. — Tarsus, Ixxxii., Ixxxiii. 
170, 173. 

City, personification of.— ^ee Tyche. 

Club,— Elaeiissa-Sebaste, Ixix. ; La- 
lassis, liv. ; Seleucia, Ixv. (note 
1) ; Olba, liv., 124. In wreath.— 
Elaeussa*Se baste, ixix.; Tarsus, 
Ixxxv., 183, 184. With bow 
in case.— Aegeae, 21. With 
olive-branch.— Magarsusi, cxxiv. 
(note 5). 

Colonist ploughing. — Iconiiim, 5 ; 
Lystra, xxv. (note 3), 10; 
!Ninica, 117, 

Conical stone. — Mallusi, cxvii. f., 
95 f. 

Corn, ear of. — Tarsus, 164. 

Cornuacopiae, two, with anchor. — 
Lacanatis, Ixii. (note 4). With 
caduceus. — Irenopolis, Ixii. 

Cornucopiae. — Lalassist, liv.; Tar- 
sus, Ixxxv., Ixxxvi. 

Crab and altar. — Mopsus, cxii. 

Crescent. — Soli-Pompeiopolis, Ixxv. 
See also Selene. 

Crescent and scorpion, — Cetis, xl. 

Crown decorated with heads. — 
Tarsus, xcvii., 198, 208. With 
double row of heads, on table. 
— Tansus, 220. With crown of 
demiourgos on altar. — Tarsus, 
198. 

Crown, plain, of demiourgos, — Ana- 
zarhos, 34; Tarsus, xcviii., 198 



203. On altar, with crown 
decorated with heads. — Tarsus, 
198. 

Crown, radiate. — Tarsus, 192. 
Crown,— See also Wreath. 
Cultus-image.— Apollo, Artemis, 
Athena. 


D. 

Batames and Ana. — Tarsus, Ixxx., 
168. 

Demeter, figure of : — 

Standing: with ears of corn and 
sceptre. — Barata, 2; Coracesium, 
XXXV. (note 6) ; Syedra, 158 
With ears of corn and torch. — 
Mallus, cxxii., 99; Epiphanea, 
76; Syedra, 157. With phiale 
and sceptre or torch. — Syedra, 
157. With long torch.— Carallia, 
48. With two torches. — Syedra, 
160. Standing before Hades 
seated. — Syedra, xxxvi. (note 3). 
Seated, with ears of corn and 
sceptre. — Laertes, 91. 

In biga of serpents. — Celenderis, 
58; Coracesium, xxxv, (note 6). 

Demeter, head or bust of. — Adana, 
15; Aegeae, cxiv. ; Anazarbus, 
31 ; Mallus, 99. 

Demos seated, holding wreath. — 
Tarsus, 188, 190; Zephyrium, 
233. 

Dionysos, figure of : — 

Standing : Nagidus, xliii. With 
thyrsos and kantharos. — Adana, 
17, 18; Anemurium, xh.; La- 
ertes, 92; Nagidus, 109; Olba, 
126 ; Soli- Pom peiopolis, 155 ; 


Syedra, xxxvi. (note 3) ; Tarsus, 
208, 220, 222. With thyrsos 
and keras. — Epiphanea, 76. 
With thyrsos and grapes.— 
Nagidus, 109, 111 f. With 
thyrsos and uilcertain object.— 
Tarsus, 224. Wearing kalathos?, 
with thyrsos and oenochoe. — 
Tarsus, 229. In attitude of re- 
pose, with satyr. — Tarsus, 200. 
Standing before prize vase on 
table. — Corycus, 69. Wearing 
bull’s horns. — Soli, Ixxiv., 151. 

In biga drawn by panthers. — 
Epiphanea, cxxvi. ; ISTinica, 116; 
Seleucia, 133. Seen to front. — 
Ixenopolis, Ixiii. Drawn by cen- 
taurs, with Ariadne. — Tarsus, 
205. 

Seated in vine-tree. — Mallus, 98. 
With satyr. — Adana, c. (note 1). 
Eeclining on panther. — Ana- 
zarbus, 38, 39. 

Infant, enthroned, with Xory- 
bantes. — Seleucia, 134. 

Dionysos, head or bust of : — 

Bearded . — Issus, cxxviii N agidus, 
110, 111 ; Soli, Ixxii. (note 3). 

Beardless. — Aegeae, 24 ; Augusta, 
44, 45 ; Epiphanea, cxxvi. 

(note 1); Hieropolis, c. (note 3), 
cii., 84 ; Iconium, xxiv. 

Dioskuri, figures of, with crescent 
between them. — Flaviopoiis, 
cvii, (note 5). 

Dioskuri, heads of. — Cibyra Minor, 
xxxiii. ; Flaviopoiis, 78, 79. 

Dioskuri, caps of. — Olba, 1 25 ; Soli, 
151. With harpe. — Olba, Iv. 

Dolphin . — Elaeussa- Sebaste, 1 xix. 

Dolphin and pomegranate.— Holmi 
and Side, 1. 


252 


INDEX II.A. 


Dolphin hehreen crescent and ro- 
sette- — Magarsus % cxxiv, 
(note 5). 

K ■■ 

Eagle standing. — Adana, 1 7 j Aegeae, 
27 ; Antiochia ad Cragum, 
xxxix.; Hieropolis, ci.; Mopsus, 
105, 106. On altar. — Lamus, 
xl. On arrow. — Aegeae, 23. 
On club '1— Hieropolis, 83. On 
ear of corn. — Adana, 16. On 
harpe. — Tarsus, 187. On lion. 
— Tarsus, xcix. (note 1). On 
palm -branch . — TJiocaesaroa, 7 1 , 
On plough-share. — Tarsus, xcix. 
(note 1), 176. On stag’s head. — 
Tarsus, xcix. (note 1). On thun- 
derbolt. — Olba, 125; Soli, 152. 
Between two vexilla. — ^Ninica, 
116. In temple. — ^Aegeae, cxv. ; 
Philadelphia, 127. 

Ear of corn. — Tarsus, 164. 

Eirene-Hemesis. — Irenopolis, Ixiii. 

Ekklesia personified. — Aegeae, cxvi. 

Elephant carrying wreath. — Tarsus, 
xcv, (note 7), 198. 

Elpis. — ^Aegeae, 24; Anazarbus, 32; 
Tarsus, 216, 

Eparcliiae, the three (Lycaonia, Isau- 
ria and Cilicia), and Tyche. — 

. Anazarbus, cvi. ; Tarsus, xcii., 
193. 

Eros, — See Aphrodite. 

F. 

Figure, female : — 

Standing : holding infant Zeus. — 
Aegeae, cxr. Wearing kala- 


thos, holding prize vase.— Ana- 
zarbus, 40. Wearing kalathos 
and veil, holding cornucopiae 
and phiaie over altar. — Tarsus, 
196. W earing kalathos and veil, 
standing between two temples. 
— Tarsus, 197. Holding wreath. 
— ^Tarsus, 217. Holding wreath 
and cornucopiae. — Anazarbus, 
31. Holding aplustre and 
sceptre, prow at feet. — Corycus, 
68-7 0 {see also Thalassa). Hold- 
ing phiaie and sceptre. — Lao- 
dicea Combusta, xxiii. Holding 
phiaie and arrow. — Colybrassus, 
xxxiii. Holding mirror ? — Sye- 
dra, 158. 

Seated : wearing kalathos. — Ana- 
zarbus, 37. Holding phiaie (Ek- 
klesia). — Aegeae, cxvi. Holding 
phiaie (?) and sceptre. — Adana, 
19; lotape, 86. With amphora 
at feet. — Anazarbus, 32, 33, 37. 

Kneeling, playing wuth astragali. — 
Tarsus, Ixxx. 

Reclining, holding cornucopiae. — 
Soli-Ponipeiopoiis, 154. 

See also Goddess. 

Figure, male : — 

Standing i r, raised, in 1. spear or 
staff. — Carailia, 47. Holding 
branch and sceptre. — Tarsus, 
211. W earing short chiton and 
chlaniys, holding sceptre and 
phiaie. — See Apollo. Holding 
spear or sceptre and phiaie. — 
Goracesium ,64. Holdi ng phiaie 
and bow? — Mopsus, 108. Hold- 
ing phiaie and cornucopiae. — 
Tarsus, 217. Holding pliiale 
and raising garment. — Adana, 
c, (note 1). Holding branch and 


TYPES. 


253 


bow, animal at feet. — Tarsus, 
203, cf. xcvii. (note 5). Holding 
reed, fish at feet. — Savatra, xxi. 
(note 5), 12. Holding wine- 
skin (?). — Ninica, 117. Slaying 
lion. — Issus (^), cxxvi. Before 
basin. — Anazarbus, 40. On 
prow. — Elaeussa - Sebaste, Ixx. 
(note 1). At foot of tree. — 
Laertes, xxxiv. (note 4). In long 
chiton, driving yoke of oxen. — 
Malliis, 98. 

Seated, with spear and vshield. — 
Syedra, 159, 160. Sacrificing. 
— Elaviopolis, cvii. On table, 
crowning himself. — Augusta, 
cix. 

Beclining, holding kantharos. — 
Irenopolis, 87. 

Figure, mummy- shaped, standing 
on spherical base. — Elaeussa- 
Sebaste, Ixx. (note 5). See also 
Artemis. 

Figure, winged : — 

Female. — Manus'?, cxviii. (note 1), 
95 . W earing hel m et and holding 
attributes, see Tyche-Panthea. 

Male. — Malius, cxviii., cxix., 97, 
98. With four wings. — Mail us, 
cxx. 

Half-figure. — Malius, cxxi. 

Fisherman and Perseus. — Tarsus, 215. 

Portress with three towers. — Un- 
certain, xli. (note 7). 

Fortress of Thebes, Kadmos before. 
Aegeae, cxvi. 

Fountain. — See Sunias. 

G. 

Galley. — Aegeae, 26; Augusta, cix,; 
Tarsus, xcvii., 199, 202. 


Gateway, fortified, with Tyche seated 
beneath. — Tsaura, xxvii.(note 5). 
Surmounted by figures. — Diu- 
caesarea, Ivi. 

Genius, holding cornucopiae and 
sacrificing : seated . — Flaviopolis, 
cvii. Standing. — Tarsus, 217. 

Giant. — See Athena. 

Goat: — 

Kneeling. — Celenderis, xlvii., 51- 
57. 

Lying. — Aegeae, 22, 25, 26. 
Within wreath. — Ibid.^ 24. 

Springing. — Celenderis, 51. 

Standing. — Aegeae, 22. Torches 
attached to horns. — Aegeae, 25. 

Winged . — Celenderis, xlix. (note4) . 
Bird on crupper. — Celenderis, 
54. 

Goat, forepart of. — Celenderis, xlvii.,- 
56. 

God, oriental, standing on lion. — 
See Sandan. 

Goddess: — 

Standing : holding phiale and 
globe (*?). — Lyrbe, 93. Holding 
tiller. — Elaeussa, Ixix. Wielding 
spear. — Lyrbe, xxxv. (note 4). 
Winged and helmeted. — See 
Tyche-Panthea. 

Seated : wearing kalathos, holding 
sceptre. — Hieropolis, ci., 82, 
Turreted, holding sceptre, — 
Zephyrium, 232. Turreted, 
holding Mke, shield beside her. 
Zephyrium, Ixxvi., 232, 

Biding : on horse. — Coracesium, 
64; Seleucia, 141. On bull, — 
Seleucia, Ixvi. (note 6), Soli, 
150. On lion, — Isaura, xxvii, 
(note 5); Tarsus, xcvi., 229. See 
also Kybele. 


INDEX n.A. 


2U 

Goddess, cultus-figure of. — Arte- 
mis, Athena, Figure (mummy- 
shaped). 

Goddesses, two, standing on basis.— 
Selinus, xxxviii. (note 2). 

Gorgoneion. — Celenderis, xlviii., 
xlix., 53, 57 ; ISTagidus, xlii. 
(note 4), 113, On aegis.— Soli, 
Ixxiv. (note 1), 150. See also 
Medusa. 

Graces, the three. — Iconium, 6 ; 
Mopsus, cxii.; Tarsus, 207, 209. 

Grapes, bunch of. — ^Diocaesarea, 71; 
Soli-Porapeiopolis, Ixxi., Ixxii., 
144-150, 154. 

Grapes, two bunches of, on stalk.— 
Soli- Pom peiopolis, 152. Flank- 
ing baetyl. — Mallus % cxix. 

Griffin. — Lycia, cxx. 

Gymnasiarch, standing before oil- 
basin. — Anazarbus, cvi., 40. 
Oil-basin of. — Syedra, xxxyi., 
158, 161. Oil-basin in temple. 
— Colybrassus, xxxiv. 

H. 

.Hades, seated, Kerberos at feet. — 
Epiphanea, 77 ; Lyrbe, 93. 
Demeter before him. — Syedra, 
xxxvi. (note 3). 

Hades. — See also Sarapis. 

Harpe. — Lalassis, liv. Between caps 
of Dioskuri. — Olba, Iv. 

Head or bust : — 

Female : Corycus, 67 ; Hagidus, 
115. Wearing stephane.—Ire- 
nopolis, 88. Veiled. — Adana, 
17. Turreted. — See Tyche. 
Wearing taenia, hair in queue. 
— Uncertain, 239. Facing. — 


Tarsus, Ixxviii., 164-168; Un- 
certain, 239. 

Male, bearded : Issus % cxxvii. 
(note 2); Uncertain, 239. Lau- 
reate.— Irenopolis, 87. Wearing 
stephane and earring. — Tarsus, 

176. Wearing turreted crown, 
earring and necklace. — Tarsus, 

177. Facing, chin covered by 
lion’s scalp. — Tarsus, 177. Hei- 
meted.— Elaeussa-Sebaste, Ixx. 
See also Ares. 

Male, beardless : Aegeae, 22 ; Na- 
gidus,xlii.(note 4). Laureate. — 
Celenderis, xlix. Diademed. — 
Aegeae, cxvi., 22, 25. Eadiate. 

■ — Soli, 152. Sceptre on shoulder. 
— Coropissus, 65. In pointed 
cap (archer).— Soli, 146. 
Janiform, helmeted, beardless. — 
Uncertain, 239. 

On column, in temple. — Isaura, 1 2. 
Hekate, figure of, holding two 
torches-^ — Casae, xxxii. (note 3), 
See also Selene. 

Hekate, bust of. — Hieropolis, cii., 
83, 84. 

Helios, figure of : — 

Standing : holding cornucopiae. — 
Lyrbe, xxxv. (notes 1,4). Hold- 
ing globe. — Epiphanea, cxxvi. 
Holding torch. — Soii-Pompeio- 
polis, 156. Holding torch and 
whip. — Hieropolis, cii., 83. 
Holding whip. — Flaviopolis, 
evil, (note 5) ; Hieropolis, cii., 
83; Tarsus, 227, 231. 

In car. — Mopsus, cx. 

Helios, head or bust of. — Hieropolis, 
cii.; Seleucia, Ixv. (note 1); S<»li- 
Pompeiopoiis, ixxiv. (nolo 1); 
Ixxv., 152 



TYPES/ 


255 


Hephaistos, seated, with shield and 
hammer. — Colybrassus, 62, 
Hera, at the Judgment of Paris. — 
Tarsus, 205. 

Herakles, figure of : — 

Standing: Plaviopolis, cvii, (note 5). 
With club over shoulder. — Tar- 
sus, 205. Resting on club. — 
Iconium, 6 ; Ilistra, 8 ; Laranda, 
9 ; Tarsus, 206, 214, With 
club and bow. — Issus, cxxvii.f.; 
Seieucia, 134. With club and 
apples. — Augusta, 46; Casae, 
50; Dalisandus, xix., 3 ; Derbe, 
XX. With club and apples, 
before tree with serpent. — 
Tarsus, 214. Wrestling 'vvitli 
Antaios. — Tarsus, 195. Sub- 
duing bull. — Tarsus, 213. Sub- 
duing hydra. — Tarsus, xcvii. 
Wrestling with lion. — Mopsus, 
108 ; Tarsus, Ixxxi., 213. 
Wrestling with lion, group on 
capital of column. — Malius, 99. 
Shooting Stymphalian birds. — 
Tarsus, xcvii. With Apollo. — 
Aegeae, 28. With Hermes. — 
I sa u ra, 13 ( n ol e 1 ) . W i th Per- 
seus, holding bust of Caracaiia. 
— Tarsus, 195. 

Seated: Diocaesarea, 73; Savatra, 
xxii. (note 1). 

Reclining : Irenopolis, 87. 
Herakles, head of, bearded. — Aegeae, 
21 ; Iconium, 4; Irenopolis, 89 ; 
Issus cxxviii.; Mailus, cxxi. ; 
OIba,lv.; Soli, Ixxiii. Wearing 
oak-wTeath. — Tarsus, 185. In 
lion^s skin. — Celenderis, xlviii. 
In lion’s skin, nearly facing. — 
Tarsus, 166. Lion’s skin fas- 
tened round neck. — ^Mailus, 100 ; 


Soli, 149; Uncertain, 239. Chin 
covered by lion’s scalp. — Tarsus, 
177. 

Beardless, in lion’s skin. — Alex- 
andria ad Issum, 29; Isaura, 
xxvii. (note 5); Illagidus, xlvi. 
Lion’s skin fastened round neck. 
— Uncertain, 239. 

Hermes, figure of, standing : — 

Cibyra Minor, xxxiii. ; Olba, Iv, 
With purse — Corycus, 67. 
With caduceus and purse. — 
Adana, 16 ; Aegeae, 25 ; Au- 
gusta, cix. ; Colybrassus, 62,.. 
63; Corycus, 67, 69, 70; Hyde, 
XX.; Tarsus, 221, 227. With 
caduceus and phiale? — Corycus, 
66 ; Elaeussa, 235. With cadu- 
ceus and palm -branch, before 
vase on table. — Adana, 18. 
With caduceus and uncertain 
object. — Adana, 16. With 
Aphrodite. — Malius, 100, With 
Aphrodite and Ares. — Syedra, 
159. With Artemis and sleeping 
figure. — Seieucia, Ixvi. (note 5). 
With Herakles. — Isaura, 13 
(note 1). 

Hermes, head of. — Diocaesarea, 71 ; 
Olba, liii. See also Ajax. 

Hoplite kneeling. — Tarsus, Ixxvii., 
162, 163. 

Horse : — ^ 

Standing. — Adana, 16 ; Anazarbus, 
36. 

Walking. — Adana, 17. 

Prancing. — Celenderis, xlviii., 57. 

Horse, forepart of.— Aegeae, cxiv. ; 
Seieucia, 130.; 

Horse, bead of. — Aegeae, 20, 21. 

Horseman riding sideways. —Gel en* 
deris, xlvii., 52 -56. 


■' 25 ^: 


rNi)KX rr.A. 


Horseman . — See also King, and 
Index II.B, 

Horsewoman . — See Goddess. 
Hygieia, figure of : — 

Standing. — Aegeae, cxvi,, 23 ; 
Colybrassus, 61 ; Irenopolis, 87. 
See also Asklepios. 

Seated. — Aegeae, cxvi. (note 1). 
Hygieia, bust of. — Aegeae^ cxvi. 
See also Asklepios. 


I. 

Inscription. — Olba, 119, 120. 

Inscription in wreath or crown. — - 
Aegeae, 23, 24; Anazarbus, 
34; Anemuriu Ml, 42, 43; Ireno- 
polis, ixii. (note 4) ; Mopsus, 104 ; 
Syedra, 159-161 ; Tarsus, 198, 
203, 208 ; Zephyrium, 232. 

lotape seated. — Elaeussa - Sebaste, 
Ixx. (note 1). 

Isauria . — See Eparchiae. 

Isis, Tyche as, — Lystra, 10. Faus- 
tina II. as, — Ibid. See also 

Barapis. 


Janiform head, beardless, heimeted. 

— Uncertain, 239. 

Judgment of Paris. — Tarsus, 205. 


K. 

Kadmos before fortress of Thebes,- 
Aegeae, cxvi. 


Xantharos- — Xagidus, 115. 

Xing of Persia, running, holding 
how. — Mallus, 99, 100; Un- 
certain, 239. Holding spear 
and bow. — Magarsus ?, cxxiv. 
(note 5); Mall u^ 99, 100. 
Seated, with another king before 
Mm.— Soii(?), 148. 

Xing on horseback. — (?)Soli, 148; 
Tarsus, Ixxvii., 162, 163. 

Xing, head of. — Aeg3ae, cxiii., 22, 
25. See also Index IV.a. 

Xoinoboulion, figure ofi— Anazarbus, 
33^37; Taivsus,xcii., 196, 

Xorybantes and young Dionysos. — 
Seleucia, 134. 

Xronos, with four wings, carrying 
disk.— Mallus, cxx. Head or 
bust of. — Flaviopoiis, cvii., 79 ; 
Mallus, cxxii., 99. 

Kybele seated. — Laodicea Combusta, 
xxiii.; Tarsus, 230. Riding on 
lion. — Alexandria ad Issum, 
cxxix. 

Kydnos, River, reclining. — Tarsus, 
189, 196. 


Laurel-branch with fillet, — Seleucia, 
IxvL, 132. 

Lighthouse and vessels. — Aegeae, 
cxv. 

Lion : — 

Running.— An emurium, 42. Walk- 
ing. — Tarsus^ 172, 173. Attack- 
ing bull. — Tarsus, Ixxxii, f., 
xcviii., 164,171, 172, 187,219. 
Attacking stag. — Tarsus, Ixxxii., 
169, 170 ; Citium, Ixxxii. God- 



TYPES. 


257 


dess riding on, — Isaura, xxvii. 
(note 5) ; Tarsus, xcvi., 229. See 
also Kybele. Sandan standing 
on , — See Sandan. Man slaying, 
— Issus % cxxvi. See also He- 
rakles. 

Lion, forepart of. — Issus % cxxvii., 
90, 

Lycaonia, figure of . — See Eparcliiae, 


M. 

Male figure, — See Figure, &c., 

male. 

Medusa, head of. — Iconium, xxiv. 
(notes 4, 6). Surrounded by 
Zodiac. — ^Aegeae, xiii. See also 
Gorgoneion. 

Men, standing, holding spear and 
pine-cone. — Parlais, 11, 

Mithras sacrificing bull. — Tarsus, 
213. 

Monument of Sandan . — See Pyre, 

Moon . — See Crescent. 

Mopsos, figure of. — Mopsus, cx., cxi., 
104, 108. 

Mule carrying bow, quiver and 
wreath. — Mopsus, cxii., 107. 

Mummy - shaped cultus - figure. — 
Elaeussa-Sebaste, Ixx. (note 5). 
See also Artemis. 


N. 

IsTemesis with Athena and Tyche, — 
Tarsus, 204, 210. Temple of 
Nemesis 1 — Anazarbus, cvii. 
(note 1). 


Nike, figure of : — 

Standing or advancing. — Laodicea 
Combusta, xxiii. With wreath. 
— (?) Alexandria ad Issum, 29; 
Elaeussa-Sebaste, Ixix., ixx., 
234, 235; Seleucia, Ixiv., 128, 
129. With wreath and palm- 
branch. — Adana, 16 ; Aegeae, 
22 ; (?) Coropissus, Ivii. ; Flavio- 
polis, 79; Lyrbe, 94; Mopsus, 
107 ; My us, xlvi. ; Seleucia, 
132, 137, 138, 142; Soli- 
Pompeiopolis^ 153 ; Syedra, 
158; Tarsus, 209, 216. With 
palm-branch and crown de- 
corated with heads. — Tarsus, 
206. Writing on shield. — 
Derbe, xx. ; Tarsus, 229. Hold- 
ing tablet. — Seleucia, 135 
Tarsus, 196. Crowning trophy 
Cibyra Minor, xxxiii. Crown- 
ing Septiniius Severus. — Hiero 
polis, 84. Crowning City 
goddess. — Irenopolis, Ixiii. 

Kneeling, writing her name. — 
Mallns, 100. 

In biga. — Anazarbus, 36. Au- 
gusta, 46. 

In quadriga. — Laertes, 92 ; Tarsus, 
192. 

Nike, two figures of, placing wreath 
on table. — Seleucia, 138. 

Nike, wingless, with wreath and 
palm-branch. — Barata, 2. 

Nymph seated before river-god. — 
Mopsus, 107. 

O. 

Oil-basin. — See Basin. 

Olive-branch and club in saltire, — 
Magarsus % cxxiv. (note 5). 


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INDEX IT. A. 


Owl. — Celenderis, 54; Soli, 151. 

On olive-branch. — SeleTicia,131 . 
Oxen, yoke of, ploughing. — Iconium, 
5; Lystra, xxv. (note 3), 10; 
Mallus, cxxii., 98 ; Ninica, 117. 


P, 

Paris, Judgment of. — Tarsus, 205. 

Pegasos, forepart of. — Celenderis, 
xlviii., 53, 56 ; Tarsus, 163. 

Perasia. — Hieropolis, cii. 

Persephone, rape of. — Syedra, xxxvi. 
(note 3). 

Persephone, veiled bust of. — ^Ana- 
zarbus, 31. 

Perseus, figure of : — 

Standing, holding harpe.—Carallia, 
47 (note 1). Holding head of 
Gorgon. — Anemurium,xli.; Ico- 
nium, xxiii., 4, 6 ; lotape, xxxvii.; 
Tarsus, 195, 206, 210, 214. 
Holding cultus-image of Apollo 
Lykeios. — Tarsus, 185, 214, 
215. With Andromeda. — Coro- 
pissus, Ivii., 65. With City- 
goddess before alfcar of Apollo 
Lykeios. — Tarsus, 215, 22.3. 
With fisherman. — ^Tarsus, 215, 
With Herakles, holding bust of 
Caracalla. — Tarsus, 195. 

Perseus, head of. — ^Aegeae, cxiv. ; 
Iconium, xxiv. (note 6). 

Philemon, portrait of. — Pompeio- 
polis, Ixxiv. 

Ploughing-scene. — See Oxen. 

Polemo of Oiha, portrait of. — Olba, 
123, 124. 

Pomegranate and dolphin. — Side and 
Holmi, 1. 


Pompeius, portrait of. — Soli-Pom- 
peiopolis, Ixxiv., 152, 153. 

Poseidon standing. — Anemuriiim, 
41 ; Celenderis, 59 ; Corycus, 
68; Eiaeussa-Sehaste, Ixx. ; 
Zephyrium, Ixxvi. With foot 
on prow. — Corycus, 67 ; Soli- 
Pompeiopolis, 155. 

Priest ploughing. — See Oxen. 

Prow, with nude beardless figure. — 
Elaeussa-Sebaste, Ixx. (note 1); 
with standard. — Ibid, (note 4). 

Pyramidal monument. — See Pyre. 

Pyramidal stone. — See Baetyl. 

Pyramos, River, reclining. — Ana- 
zarbus, 35. Reclining, nymph 
seated before him. — Mopsus, 
107. Half figure of, — Ana- 
zarbus, cvi. ; Hieropolis, cii., 
82, 83 ; Mopsus, cix. (note 6). 

Pyre of Sandan. — Tarsus, IxxxvL, 
180, 181, 183, 190, 221, 224, 
225, 


Q. 

Quadriga of Athena. — ^Diocaesarea, 
73; Seleucia, Ixv., 133. Of 
Hike. — Laertes, 92; Tarsus, 
192. Of the Emperor (Tre- ' 
bonianus Gallus). — Augusta, 46. 

Quadriga to front, of Athena. — 
Tarsus, 204, Of the Emperor 
(Caracalla). — Tarsus, 197. 

E. 

Ram. — Magarsus?, cxxiv. (note 5). 

River-god , reclini ng, — Anazarhus, 
35 ; Mopsus, 107 ; Olba, 125 ; 



Tarsus, 189, 196. See also 
Sunias. Half - figure of, — 
Adana, 17; Anazarbus, cvi. ; 
Hieropolis, cii., 82, 83 ; Mopsiis, 
cix. (note 6). At feet of Tyche. 
— See Tyclie. 

Eose. — Soli, Ixxiv. (note 1). 

Kosette or wheel in temple. — 
Anazarbus^ cvii. 


S. . 

Sandan standing on lion. — Tarsus, 
Ixxxv. f., 178, 179, 184, 186, 
206. In temple. — Tarsus, 213. 
See also Pyre. 

Sarapis, figure of : — 

Standing, — Olba, Iv. 

Seated. — Anazarbus, cvi. ; Iconium, 
xxiv. (note 6). See also Hades. 

Sarapis, head or bust of. — Adana, c. 
(note 1); Anazarbus, cvi.; Flavio- 
polis, 79, SO; Olba, 125. With 
bust of Isis. — Aegeae, 23 ; 
Seleucia, Ixvi. (note 1). 

Saros, river-god, half-figure of. — 
Adana, 17. 

Satrap, seated, with quiver and 
arrow. — Tarsus, 167. 

Satrap, head of. — Mallus, cxxii., 
100 ; Soli, Ixiii., 149. 

Satyr. — See Dionysos and Silenos. 

Satyr, head of. — Hagidus, xiiii. 

Scorpion in wreath. — Lacanatis, ixii. 
(note 3). 

Scorpion and crescent. — Cietis, xL 

Selene, figure of : — 

Standing, holding long torch. — 
Caraliia, 47. See also Hekate. 
In biga of bulls. — Anazarbus, 35 ; 


Olba, Iv.; Tarsus, xcvi., 212, 

Selene, head of: — 

In crescent moon. — Olba, 124. 
Faustina II. as, — Hieropolis, cii. 
See also Artemis. 

Senate (Roman), bust of. — Mallus, 
101 . 

Serpent. — Aegeae, cxvi. In basket, 
between two torches. — Ibid, 
(note 1). 

Shield, Macedonian, with head of 
Antiochus IV. — Alexandria ad 
Issum, 29. 

vShield, oval, incurved at sides, with 
thunderbolt device. — Tarsus, 
175. 

Ship. — See Galley. 

Silenos standing, holding wine-skin. 
— Ninica, 117, Drawing car 
of Dionysos with panthers. — 
Hinica, 116. See also Satyr, 

Sky 11a holding trident. — Tarsus, 215, 

Sphinx seated. — ^Hagidus, 113, 

Stag. — See Lion. 

Standard on prow. — Elaeussa-Se- 
baste, Ixx. (note 4). 

Standards, two. — Iconium, 5. See 
also Vexillum. 

Star. — Soli-Pompeiopolis, 152, 154. 

Stone, baetylic. — Mallus % cxvii. f , 

Sunias, the fountain, reclining. — • 
Soli-Pompeiopolis, Ixxv., 154. 

Swan. — Mallus, cxvii. f., 97 f. 

T. 

Table, agonistic : — With crown deco- 
rated with heads. — Tarsus, 220. 
With vase. — Anazarbus, 35; 
Tarsus, 198,, 220. Athlete 


260 


INDEX II.A. 


sitting on. — Augusta, cix. 
Hermes standing before, — 
Adana, 18. 

Tarcondimotus, head of. — 237. 

Telesphoros. — See Asklepios. 

Temple. — Anazarbus, 36. 

Temple (two columns) : With simu- 
lacrum of Artemis, — Anazarbus, 
36(note 1). With eagle. — Aegeae, 
cxv. ; Philadelphia, 127. With 
Sandan on lion. — Tarsus, 213. 
With Tyche standing. — Titio- 
polis, 231. With Tyche seated. 
— Caraliia, 47. 

Temple (four columns). — With 
amphora on basis. — ^Tarsus, 189. 
With bust on column. — Isaura, 
13. With figure of Maximinus 1 
— Ninica, 117. With oil-basin. 
— iColybrassus, xxxiv. With 
rosette or wheel. — Anazarbus, 
cvii. With Tyche standing, 
— Anemurium, 42. With Tyche 
seated. — Antiochia, xxxix . ; 
Coropissus, Ivii. ; Isaura, xxvii. 
(note 5). With Zeus standing. — 
Colybrassus, 63. With Zeus 
seated. — Lamus, xxxix. ; Seli- 
BUS, xxxviii., 143. 

Temple (six columns). — With Askle- 
pios and Telesphoros. — Aegeae, 
cxvi. W^ith thunderbolt. — 
Diocaesarea, 72, 

Temple (ten columns). — Anazarbus, 
33, 36 ; Tarsus, Ixxxvii., 185, 
190, 191. Containing statue? 
— Tarsus, 192. 

Temple, seen three-quarters r. — ^Ni- 
nica, iix. 

Temple, Valerian sacrificing before. 
— Aegeae, 27. 

Temples, two. — Tarsus, 191. With 


figure of Koinoboulion between 
them. — Tarsus, 197, 

Thalassa standing, wearing head- 
dress of crab^s claws. — Corycus, 
&c., Ixviii., 68. 

Throne. — Olba, lii. f., 119, 124, 
Supporting thunderbolt. — Dio- 
caesarea, Ivi., 73. 

Thunderbolt. — Diocaesarea, Ivi., 71, 
72; Olba, lii., 119-125. On 
throne. — Diocaesarea, Ivi., 73. 

Tiara, Armenian, in wreath. — Laca- 
natis, Ixii. (note 3). 

Torches?, two, in saltire, — Zephy- 
rium, Ixxvi, 

Torches, two, with serpent in basket. 
— ^Aegeae, cxvi. (note 1). With 
vase. — Hieropolis, cii. 

Tower, Olba, liv,, 124. 

Tree in vase(?), beside temple of 
Zeus. — Diocaesarea, 72 (note 1). 

Tree with serpent of Hesperides. — 
See Herakles. 

Tripod. — MopsuSjCx., 103. Encircled 
by serpent. — ^Tarsus, 189, 

Triptoiemos in car of winged ser- 
pents. — Tarsus, 195, 196. 

Triskeles. — Olba, liii., 119. 

Tyche of City, figure of : — 

Standing : — 

Holding rudder and cornucopiae. 
— Aegeae, 27 ; Alexandria ad 
Issum, 29; Caraliia, 48; Casae, 
50 ; Celenderis, 59 ; Cestrus, 60; 
Claudiopoiis 60 ; Coly- 

brassus, 61, 62 ; Coropissus, 
Ivii. ; Berbe, xx. ; Diocaesarea, 
72; Eiaviopoiis, 78; Hieropolis, 
84 ; lotape, 86 ; Irenopolis, 88 ; 
Laertes, 91; Parla’is, 11; Se- 
leucia, 133, 134; Tarsus, 218, 
224, 228. 


TYPES* 


261 


Holding rudder and cormicopiae, 
in temple. — Titiopolis, 231. 

Holding rudder and model of 
temple. — Colybrassiis, 61. 

Holding rudder and palm-branch* 
— Eiaeussa-Sebaste, Ixx. (note 1). 

Holding cornucopiae and standard. 
— Parlais, xxvi. (note 2). 

Holding cornucopiae and statuette. 
— Carallia, 48. 

Holding cornucopiae and wreath. 
— Anazarbus, 31, 

Holding vase. — Anazarbus, 40. 

Crowned by Emperor. — Seleucia, 
135, 138. Receiving crown from 
Emperor. — Tarsus, 226. 

Before Tyche seated. — Augusta, 
cix., 46; Diocaesarea, 74. 

With Perseus before altar of 
Apollo Lykeios. — Tarsus, 215, 
223. 

With JSTemesis and Athena. — 
Tarsus, 204, 210. 

Seated : — 

With rudder and cornucopiae. — 
Savatra, 12. 

River "god at feet. — Adana, c. 
(note 1); Anazarbus, 31; Au- 
gusta, 44, 45 ; Batata, 2 ; Plavio- 
polis, 78, 80; Iconium, 5, 7; 
Irenopolis, 87 ; Laranda, 9 ; 
Lystra, 10 ; Mopsus, cix. (note 6); 
Soli-Pompeiopolis, Ixxiv., Ixxv., 
153 ; Tarsus, Ixxxv. f., 181-190, 
194. 

Between two vexilla, two river- 
gods at feet. — Mallus, cxxiii. 
(note 6), 101, 102. 

Holding statuettes of the three 
eparchiae. — Anazarbus, cvi. 

Holding cornucopiae and Nike. — 
Laertes, xxxiv. (note 4). Hold- 


ing cornucopiae, r. on shrine. — 
Seleucia, 137. 

In temple. — Antiochia, xxxix. ; 
Coropissus, Ivii. ; Isaura, xxvii. 
(note 5). 

In fortified gateway. — Isaura, 
xxvii. (note 5). 

Confronted by female figure 
(Tyche) standing. — Augusta, 
cix., 46; Diocaesarea, 74. 

Approached by Nike. — Irenopolis, 
Ixiii. ; Tarsus, 226. 

Crowned by turreted figure (Ly- 
caonia), and approached by two 
others (Isauria, Cilicia). — Ana- 
zarbus, cvi.; Tarsus, xcii., 193. 

Tyche of City, head or bust of, 
wearing turreted crown (often 
veiled). — Adana, 16; Aegeae, 
20, 21, 26 ; Alexandria ad Issum, 
29 ; Anazarbus, 32, 33 ; Ane- 
murium, 41, 43 ; Celenderis, 
57, 58 ; Corycus, 66, 67 ; Dio- 
caesarea, 71 ; Elaeussa, Ixix., 
235 ; Hieropolis, ci., 82, 83 ; 
Iconium, xxiv. (note 6); Ireno- 
polis, 88; Mopsus, 104; Ninica, 
117, 118; Philopator, 238; 
Seleucia, Ixv. (note 1), Ixvi.; 
Soli, 151 ; Tarsus, Ixxxvi., 177- 
185, 207, 217; Titiopolis, IxL; 
Zepbyrium, 232, 233. 

Tyche-Isis seated, river-god at feet, 
disk and horns on head, — Lys- 
tra, 10. 

Tyche-Panthea, winged andhelmeted, 
—Tarsus, 216, 228. 

■v. 

Vase, prize, — Adana, 18; Anazarbus, 
35 ; Syedra, 158. 


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INDEX II.A. 


Yases, five prize, — ^Anazarbus, 38. 
Vases, six prize, — Auazarbus, 40. 
Vase, prize, between two torches. — 
Hieropolis, cii. 

Vase, prize, on tablet. — Mallus, cxxiv. 
On table. — Anazarbus, 35 ; 
Mopsus, 108; Tarsus, 220, On 
table, with Dionysos standing 
before it. — Corycus, 69, 70. 
Between two athletes.-— Tarsus,, 
198, . ■ 

Yexilla, two, with eagle.— Ninica, 
116. With Tyche. — •Mallus, 
101 , 

Vexiilum.. — ^li^inica, 117* 


W. 


Walls of city: above, lion and bull. 
— Tarsus, Ixxxii. f., 170, 173. 
Above, two kings. — Soli (?), 148. 

Warrior. — fe- Hoplite. 

Water-deity. — Savatra, xxi. (note 5), 
12, See also Eiver-god, Sunias. 

^Vheel or rosette in temple. — ^Ana- 
zarbus, cvii. 

Winged figure . — See Figure, winged. 

Wolf and twins. — ^Iconiuni, 7 ; M- 
nica, 118. 

Wolf, forepart of. — Tarsus, 176. 

Wreath or crown containing inscrip- 
tion. — Aegeae, 23, 24; Ana- 
zarbus, 34 ; Anemurium, 42, 43; 
Irenopolis, lxii.(note 4); Mopsus, 
104; Syedra, 159-161 ; Tarsus, 
198, 203, 208 ; Zephyrimn, 232, 
Containing letter X. — 2Iephy- 
rium, 232* 


Wreath containing type: club. — 
Elaeussa-Sebaste, Ixix. ; Tarsus, 
Ixxxv., 183, 481, Goat. — 
Aegeae, 24. Scorpion. — Laca- 
natis, Ixii. (note 3). Tiara. — • 

Ibid, Tyche. — ^Anazarbus, 31. 
Zeus. — Alexandria ad Issum, 29. 

Wreath . — See also Crown. 

Wrestlers, two. — Syedra, 160. 


Zeus, figure of : — 

Standing : on basis, holding K ike 
and sceptre. — Colybrassus, 
xxxi li. Eagle at feet. — Coro- 
pissus, Ivii. Holding phiale. — 
Coracesium, 64 ; Philadelphia, 
127. Holding phiale, eagle at 
feet. — Barata, xix. ; Germanico- 
polis, lx. Holding wreath. — 
Alexandria ad Issum, 29. Hold- 
ing thunderbolt and sceptre, in 
temple. — Colybrassus, 63. 

Seated : Philadelphia, Ixiii. ; Tar- 
sus, 177, 181. Eagle at feet. — 
Colybrassus, 62 ; Coropissus, 
ivii. Holding eagle. — Savatra, 
xxii, (note 1); Seleucia, 131. 
Holding Hike. — ^Adana, xcviii., 
15, 16; Hieropolis, cii. ; Isaura, 
xxvii. (note 5) ; Laertes, 91 ; 
Mopsus, xc. ; Olba, 126 ; Pom- 
peiopolis, Ixxv.; Seleucia, 132, 
136 ; Tarcondimotus, 237 ; Tar- 
sus, 181, 182, 184, 185, 190, 
192; Zephyrium, 233. Holding 
phiale. — Adana, 19 ; Dalisan- 
dus, 3 ; Elaeussa-Sebaste, 236 ; 



TYPES, 



31, 34 ; Cibyra Minor, xxxiii. ; 
Elaeussa, 234, 235; Iconium, 4 ; 
Mopsus, cx., 103, 105. Bust 
in front of acropolis. — Anazar- 
bus, cvi. 

Zodiac surrounding head of Medusa, 
— Aegeae, xiii. 


Ilistra, 8 ; Soli-Pompeiopolis, 
154, 155. Holding phiale or 
wreath. — Zephyriuin, 233. In 
temple. — Lamus, xxxix. ; Seli- 
nus, xxxviii., 143. 

Zeus, head or bust of. — Adana, 16, 
17 ; Aegeae, 21 ; Anazarbus, 


INDEX II. B. 


PORTRAITS, &c., OP MEMBERS OP THE 
IMPERIAL PAMILIBS. 


[Where not otherwise stated, the type is a bust or a head.] 


Augustus. Lystra, 10; Olba, 120. 

Livia. Augusta, 44 ; Tarsus, xc. 

Tiberius. Augusta, 44; Olba, 122; 
^Seleucia, Ixv. (note 3). 

Claudius. Aegeae, 23 ; Aiiazarbus^ 
31, 32 ; Mopsus, 104. 

5 standing, holding Nike. 

Mopsus, 105. 

Nero. Anazarbus, 32 ; Augusta, 44 ; 
Iconium, 4. 

Poppaea, seated. Iconium, 4. 

Galba. Poiemo II., liv. 

Vespasian. Laodicea Combusta, 
xxiii. 

Titus, Lystra, xxv. (note 3). 

and Domitian. Laodicea 

Combusta, xxiii. 

Domitian. Anazarbus, 32; Anemu- 
rium, xli. (note 2) ; Augusta, 
45; Plaviopolis, 78; Ireno- 
polis, 87 ; Lalassis, liv. ; Mopsus, 
105; Myus, xlvi. ; Soli-Pom- 
peiopolis, 154; Tarsus, 186. 

Boniitian and Domitia. Irenopolis, 

88 , 

Domitia, Anazarbus^ 32 ; Mopsus, 
105, 


Trajan. Anemuriiim, 41 ; Augusta, 
45; Diocaesarea, 71 ; Elaeussa- 
Sebaste % Ixx. (note 3) ; lotape, 
XXX vii. (note 3) ; Laertes, 91 ; 
Ninica, 116; Philadelphia, 127 ; 
Savatra, xxii, (note 1) ; Selinus, 
xxxvii. (note 7), xxxviii. (note 
2); Syedra, 157; Tarsus, xc. 

seated in temple, as Zeus. 

Selinus, xxxviii., 143. 

Hadrian. Aegeae, 23; Claudiopolis 
60 ; Coropissiis, 65 ; 
Epiphanea, cxxvi. (note 3), 76; 
Gernianicopolis, 81 ; Iconiiun, 
4 ; lotape, 86 ; Laertes, 91 ; 
Mopsus, 105, 106 ; Olba, 124; 
Syedra, 157 ; Tarsus, xc., 186 ; 
Titiopolis, lx. ; Zephyriuni, 233. 

and Sabina, as Apollo and 

Artemis, Seieucia, 131. 

Sabina. Epiphanea, cxxvi. (note 2), 
76 ; Mopsus, lOG ; Tarsus, 
Ixxxix., 188 ; Zephyrium, 233. 
Antinoxis. Tarsus, 189, 

Antoninus Pius. Anazarbus, 33 ; 
Antiochia, xxxix.; Eiaviopolis, 
79 ; Hieropolis, 83 ; Iconium, 5 ; 


ROMAN EMPERORS. 


265 


Mopsiis, 106; Olba, 135; Sa- 
vatra, xxii. (note 1), 12 ; Seleucia, 
131 ; Tarsus, 190; Zephyrium, 
233. 

Antoninus Pius {co7it.), seated, hold- 
ing Nike. Tarsus, 190. 
Faustina Senior. Flaviopolis, 79. 
M. Aurelius. Anemurium, 41; Au- 
gusta, 45; Colybrassus, 61; 
Irenopolis, 88 ; Lyrbe, xxxv. 
(note 3) ; Lystra, xxv. (note 3) ; 
Olba, 125 ; Parlais, xxvi. (note 
2) ; Savatra, xxii, (note 1) ; 
Seleucia, 132 ; Syedra, 157 ; 
Tarsus, 190. 

on horseback, charging over 

prostrate enemy. Syedra, 157. 

and L. V erus, standing. 

Anazarbus, 33; Olba, 126; 
Pompeiopolis, Ixxv, ; Tarsus, 
191. 

Faustina Junior. Antiochia, xxxix. ; 
Earata, 2 ; Carallia, 47 ; Oestrus, 
xxxviii., 60 ; Derbe, xx. ; Dio- 
caesarea, 72 ; Hieropolis, 83 ; 
Irenopolis, 88 ; Lystra, 10 ; 
Olba, 125. 

Annins Yerus and Commodus. 
Tarsus, xc., 191. 

L. Yerus. Earata, 2 ; Casae, xxxii. 
(note 2) ; Dalisandiis, 3 ; Derbe, 
XX. ; Hyde, xx. ; lotape, 86 ; 
Laertes, xxxiv. (note 4) ; Mopsus, 
107 ; Olba, 125, 126; Titiopoiis, 
231. 

on horseback, charging over 

prostrate enemy. Earata, 2. 

, and M. Aurelius, standing. 

See M. Aui^elius. 

Luciila. Derbe, xx. ; Hieropolis, 
84 ; Ilistra, 8 ; Selinus, xxxvii. 
(note 7). 


Commodus. Aegeae, 23 ; Elaeussa- 
Sebaste, 235; Philadelphia, 
127 ; Soli-Pompeiopoiis, 154 ; 
Tarsus, 191. 

and Annius Yerus. See 

Annius Yerus. 

Crispina. Anazarbus, 33 ; Tarsus, 192. 
Septimiiis Severus. Diocaesarea, 72; 
Hieropolis, 84 ; Irenopolis, 88 ; 
Isaura, xxvii. (note 5) ; Lamus, 
xxxix. ; Nagidus, xlvi. ; Ninica, 
116; Parlais, xxvi. (note 2); 
Seleucia, 132 ; Selinus, 143 ; 
Syedra, 158; Tarsus, 192. 

standing, holding Nike. 

Hieropolis, 84. 

standing, crowned by Nike. 

Hieropolis, 84. 

— and Domna. Seleucia, 133* 

Domna. Adana, 17 ; Diocaesarea, 
73; Irenopolis, 88; Isaura, 
xxvii. (note 5); Ninica, 116 5 
Parlais, 11; Seleucia, 134; 
Selinus, xxxvii. (note 9) ; xxxviii. 
(note 2); Soli -Pompeiopolis, 
154; Tarsus, 193. 

Caracalla. Alexandria ad Issum, 
30 ; Augusta, 45 ; Carallia, 47 ; 
Colybrassus, xxxiii. ; Corace- 
Slum, 64; Corycus, 67 ; Dio- 
caesarea, 73; Hieropolis, 84; 
Irenopolis, 89; Isaura, xxvii. 
(note 5), 13 ; Lamus, xxxix., xl. ; 
Mopsus, 107; Olba, 126; Se- 
leucia, 134 ; Selinus, xxxviii, 
(note 1) ; Tarsus, 193. 

standing, holding Nike. 

Tarsus, 198. 

standing, holding phiale and 

spear. Alexandria ad Issum, 30. 

standing, sacrificing at altar. 

Tarsus, 197. 


M M 


266 


INDEX II.B. 


Caracalla (cont\ standing, trophy 
beside him. Tarsus, 197. 

in quadriga to front. Tarsus, 

197. 

and Geta. Titiopolis, Ixi. 

and Plautilla, standing. 

Adana, 17; Tarsus, 199. 

and Apollo, standing. Isaura, 

13, 14 

Plautilla. Adana, 17; Corycus, 67; 
Tarsus, 199. 

and Caracalla, standing. 

/See Caracalla. 

Gota. Aegeae, 24; Elaeussa-Sebaste, 
236 ; Isaura, 14 ; Olba, 126 ; 
Soli- Fompeiopolis, 155; Tarsus, 
200 . 

and Caracalla. See Cara- 
calla. 

Macrinus. Aegeae, 24 ; Anemuriiim, 
42; Maviopolis, 79; Mopsus, 
107 ; Seleucia, 134 ; Selinus, 
xxxviii. (note 1) ; Tarsus, 200. 

standing, crowning Tyche. 

Seleucia, 135. 

and Diadumenian. Aegeae, 

24. 

Diadumenian. Aegeae, 25 ; Ana- 
zarbus, 34 ; Seleucia, 135. 

and Macrinus. Bee Macrinus. 

Elagabalus. Adana, 18 ; Anazarbus, 
civ., 34; Flaviopoiis,79 ; Tarsus, 
200 . 

standing, holding Nike 

Tarsus, 201. 

standing, sacrificing at altar 

before trophy. Anazarbus, 34. 

on horseback. Anazarbus, 

34. 

and Paula. Anazarbus, 35. 

and Paula, standing. Tarsus, 

201 . 


Maesa. Anazarbus, 35. 

Paula. Anazarbus, 35 ; Mopsus, 
107 ; Tarsus, 201. 

— — ^ and Elagabalus. See Elaga- 
balus. 

Severus Alexander. Aegeae, 26 ; 
Anazarbus, 36; Coiybrassiis, 
61; Cory cus, 68 ; Lyrbe, XXXV. 
(note 3) ; Niniea, 116 ; Seleucia, 
135; Selinus, xxxviii. (note 1), 

■ . 143; Tarsus, 202. ; . 

Maniaea. Anazarbus, 36 ; Epiphanea, 
76; Isaura, 14; Niniea, 117. 
Orbiana. Carallia, 47 ; Coiybrassus, 
xxxiii., 61. 

Maximinus. Anemurium, xli. (note 
3), 42; Augusta, 46; Carallia, 
47 ; Celenderis, 58 ; Coiybrassus, 
62; Piaviopolis, evii. (note 5} ; 
Niniea, 117 ; Philadelphia, 127 ; 
Tarsus, 203. 

C?), figure of, standing in 

temple. Niniea, 117. 

Maximus. Adana, 18; Coracesinm, 
64; Coropissus, 65; Niniea, 
118; Syedra, loS; Tarsus, 208. 
Gordian I. and II. Aegeae, cxiv. 
Baibiniis. T^irsus, 208. 

, Fiipienus and Gordian III. 

Tarsus, 209. 

Pupienus. Tarsus, 210, 

, standing, holding Nike. 

Tarsus, 211. 

, standing, sacrificing at altar. 

TaVvSus, 211. 

, Balbinus and Gordian III. 

Tarsus, 209, 

Gordian III. Adana, 18 ; Ana- 
zarbus, 37 ; Casae, 49 ; Coiy- 
brassus, 62 ; Corycus, 68 ; 
Elaeussa-Sebaste, 236 ; Epi- 
phanea, 76 ; Iconium, 5 ; Lyrbe, 



EOMAN EMPEEORS, 


267 


93 ; Seleucia, 136 ; Soli-Pom- 
peiopolis, 155 ; Tarsus, 211. 
Gordian 111. standing, crown- 

ing Tyche. Seleucia, 138. 

, on horseback, spearing lion. 

Tarsus, 218, 

, Pupienus and Balbinus. 

Tarsus, 209. 

and Tranquiilina. Seleucia, 

139. 

and Tranquiilina, standing. 

Tarsus, 218. 

Tranquiilina. Adana, 18 ; Coly- 
brassus, 62 ; Iconiuin, 6 ; Lyrbe, 
94 ; Tarsus, 220. 

and Gordian III. See Gor- 
dian III. 

Philip Senior. Anazarbus, 37 ; 
Aneinurium, 42 ; Antiochia, 
xxxix. ; Barata, xix. (note 2), 2 ; 
Carailia, 48 ; Casae, 49 ^ Corycus, 
68 ; Dalisandus, 3 ; Diocaesarea, 
73 ; Ilistra, 8 ; Laranda, 9 ; 
Savatra, xii. (note 1) ; Seleucia, 
140; Selinus, xxxviii. (note 1, 
2) ; Soli-Pompeiopolis, 156 ; 
Syedra, 158 ; Tarsus, 221, 
Otacilia Severa. Barata, 2 ; Celen- 
deris, 58 ; Corycus, 69 ; Epi- 
phanea, 76 ; Laranda, 9 ; Tarsus, 
222 . 

Philip Junior. Anazarbus, 37; Casae, 
xxxii. ; Ilistra, 8 ; Lyrbe, 94 ; 
Soli-Pompeiopolis, 156; Tarsus, 
222 . 

Trajan Decius. Anazarbus, 38 ; 
Anemurium, 42 ; Casae, 49 ; 
Colybrassus, 62 ; Mallus, cxxiv. ; 
Syedra, 158 ; Tarsus, 222. 
Herennia Etruscilla. Aegeae, 26 ; 
Anazarbus, 38 ; Celenderis, 58 ; 
Mallus, 102 ; Tarsus, 224. 


Herennius Etruscus. Casae, xxxii. ; 

Mopsus, 108 ; Tarsus, 225. 
Hostilian. Mallus, cxxiv., 102. 
Trebonianus Gallus. Augusta, 46 ; 
Seleucia, 140 ; Tarsus, 225. 

in quadriga. Augusta, 46. 

with City -goddess, standing. 

Tarsus, 226. 

Aeinilian. Aegeae, cxvi. 

Cornelia Supera. Aegeae, cxv. 
Yolusian. Adana, 18 ; Aiiaaarbus, 38 ; 
Anemurium, 43 ; Augusta, 46 ; 
Seleucia, 141 ; Syedra, 159 ; 
Tarsus, 227. 

Valerian Senior, Adana, 19 ; Aegean*, 
27 ; Anazarbus, 39 ; Atiemu- 
riuni, 43 ; Antiochia, xxxix. ; 
Augusta, 46 ; Carallia_, 48 ; 
Casae, 50; Colybrassus, 62; 
Coropissus, 65 ; Corycus^ 69 ; 
Plaviopolis. SO ; lotape, 86 ; 
Irenopolis, 89 ; L^xertes, 91 ; 
Lamus, xl.; Mallus, 102 ; 
sus, 108 ; Seleucia, 141 ; Syedra, 
159 ; Tarsus, 227. 

j standing, sacrificing at 

altar before temple. Aegeae, 
27. 

and Gallienus, seated. Ana- 
zarbus, 39. 

Gallienus. Adana, 19 ; Aegeae, 28 ; 
Corycus, 70 ; Iconiuin, 6 ; Se- 
leucia, 141 ; Syedra, 159 
Tarsus, 229. 

and Valerian, seated. Ana- 
zarbus, 89. 

Salonina. Carailia, 48 ; Colybrassus, 
63; Corycus, 70; Laertes, 
xxxiv. (note 4), 92; Syedra, 
160; Tarsus, 230. 

Cornelius Valerianus. Co]yl)rassus, 
xxxiv., 63; Laertes, 9*2. 


( 268 ) 


INDEX III.A. 


SYMBOLS. 



A. . 

Altar. Isaura, 14 ; Mailns, 98 ; 

Mopsus, 105j 106, 107. 

Altar in front of tree. Diocaesarea, 
72. 

Amphora. Anemuriiim, 42, 43. 
Aplustrc. Corycus, 67 ; Elaeussa- 
Sebaste, Ixix. 

Arrow. Hieropolis, ci. 

Astragalos. Celenderis, xlix. 52 ; 
Nagidus, 109. 

Athena, head of, . Magarsusi, cxxiv. 
(note 5). 

B. 

Bipennis. Tarsus, 173. 

Birds, two. Mallus, cxix., 96. 
Branch. Aegeae,25; Seleucia, 128- 
130,139-141; Soli, 144, 145. 
See a/so. Ivy-spray, Olive-spray, 
Palm-branch, Vine-branch. 

Bull attacked by lion. Tarsus, 185. 
Bull, humped, forepart of. Tarsus, 
168. 


Bull's head nearly facing. Tarsus, 
168. 


C. 

Caduceus. Diocaesarea, 7 1 ; Mallus, 
98 ; Olba, 119. 

Caduceus and club in saltire. Tar- 
sus, 191. 

Club. Irenopolis, 87 ; Tarsus, 173, 
188. 

Club and caduceus in saltire. Tar- 
sus, 191. 

Corn, ear of. Mallus, 98 ; Mopsus, 
104; Tarsus, 170-174. 

Corn, grain of. Mallus, 97-99. 

Cornncopiae. Lystra, 10; Seicucia, 
139-141. 

Crescent. Adana, 17 ; Flaviopolis, 
evil, (note 5, no. 4) ; ]\Iagarsus1, 
cxxiv. (note 5) ; Nagidus, xllv. 
(note 1); Soli, 147; Tarsus,' 
176, 193, 195, 197. 

Crescent and pellet. Tarsus, 176. 

Orescent and star. Anenuirium, 42; 
Seleucia, 135 ; Tarsus, 184, 





SYMBOLS. 


269 


Crown of demionrgos. Tarsus, 19L 
Urux ansatcL See p. 271. 


D. 

Disk, winged. Mallus, 98 ; Tarsus, 
167. 

Dolpliin, Holmi, li. ; Mallus, 97. 


E. 

Eagle. Adana, 15; Colybrassiis, 68 ; 
Hieropolis, ci., 82 ; Mopsus, 105 ; 
Soli, 150; Tarsus, 182, 183. 
Eagle on tliyin iaterion. Tarsus, 173. 
Eagle, head of. Tarsus, 163. 

Ewer 1 Soli-Poinpeiopolis, 152 (note 
2), 153. 


F. 

Fish. Mallus, 97-99 ; Savatra, 12 ; 
Tarsus, 166. 

Flower. Tarsus, 167. See also 
' Plant. 

Fly. Soli, 145, 146. 


G. 

Goat. Aegeae, 23-25, 27. 

Grapes. Aegeae, 24 ; Hieropolis, c. 
(note 3), 84 ; Mallus, cxix., 96 ; 
Tarsus, 165, 169-171, 174, 175. 


H. 

Harpe. Iconium, 5. 


Head, helmeted. Tarsus, 169 (r/. 
cxxiv., note 5). 

Helmet. Soli, 144; Tarsus, 174, 
175. 

Hind. Isaura, 13, 14. 


I. 

Ivy-leaf. Soli,lxxiii.; Tarsus, Ixxxiv., 
174, 175 ; four leaves, Soli, 145. 
Ivy-spray, Celenderis, 52. 


K. 

Kantharos. Augusta, 44, 45 ; Soli, 
150, Ixxiii, (note 4). 


L. 

Leaf. See Ivy, Vine. 

Lion attacking bull. Tarsus, 185. 
Lion seated. Soli, Ixxiii. (note 3). 
Lion, head of. Nagidus, xliv. (note 
1, nos. 19, 20). 

Lituus. Soli-Pompeiopolis, 152. 
Locust, Mallus, 98. 

Lyre. Lyrhe, 93. 


M. 

Mouse. Coropissus?, 65 (note 1) ; 
, Nagidus, xliii., xliv., 113. 


270 


INDEX III.A. 


o. 

Olive-spray. Celenderis, 55 ; Soli, 
149, 150. 

Owl. Soli, Ixxiii. (note 4), 149, 150. 


p.., 

Palm-bran ch. Golybrassus, xxxiv. 

(note 2) ; Syedra, 158, 161. 
Pellet. Mallus I, cxix. j Nagidus, 
xliv. (note 1), 113 ; Tarsus, 176. 
Pellet and crescent. Tarsus, 176. 
Pellet in circle. Celenderis, 53. 
Plant growing, with flower and bud. 

Nagidus, 113 ; Tarsus, Ixxx. 
Pomegranate. Side (Pamphylia), li. 


E. 

Earn, head of. Tarsus, 170, 172 ; 

c/. cxxiv. (note 5). 

Eose. Solijlxxiii. (note 4), 149, 150. 
Kosette. Magarsus % cxxiv. (note 5), 
cxxv,; Mallus cxxiii. ; Nagidus, 
xliv. (note 1, no. 15). 


S. 

Sceptre, lotos-headed. Mallus, 98. 
Serpent-staff. Aegeae, 23, 27. 
Shield. Celenderis, 53 (note 2) ; 
Tarsus, 173. 

Spear, butt of ^ Tarsus, 175. 

Star. Adana, 17; Anazarbus, 32.; 
Augusta, 44 ; Irenopoiis, 87,. 


88 ; Lyrbe, 94 ; Magarsus % 
cxxv. ; Nagidus, xliv. (note 1, 
no. 22); Olba, Iv., Ixxiii. (note 
4); Soli, 147, 149, 152, 153; 
Tarsus, 175, 179, 183, 190, 195, 
197-201. 

Star and crescent. Anemuriiim, 42; 
Seleucia, 135; Tarsus, 184. 


T. : ; 

Thymiaterion. Tarsus, 167, 168,173. 
Torch. Anazarbus, 31 ; Hieropolis, 
CL, 83, 84. 

Tree. Anazarbus, 33, 37 ; Coro- 
pissus, 65 ; Diocaesarea, 72. 
Tripod. Mallus, 102. 

Triskeles. Lalassislj, liv.; Olba, 124, 


V. 

Yase. Nagidus, xliv. (note 1, no. 
18), 114; Soli- Pom pciopolis, 
152 (note 2). 

Vine-branch with grapes. Soli, 148. 
Vine-leaf. Nagidus, 109 ; Soli, 
Ixxiii. (note 3). 


W. 

Wheel. Iconiiiin, 5. 

Wreath. Coropissus, 65. See also 
Crown. 



OH OH* Oil<cQ< 


SYMBOLS, 


271 


Mallus, exxi., 97, 98 ; Soli, 145, HO Magarsus % cxxiv. (note 5) 

146,148; Tarsus, 162-165, r / . r ^ 

Nagidus, xhv. (note 1, no. 22). 

Celenderis, 64 ; Tarsus, 163. ^ Nagidus, xliv, (note 1, no. 15). 

Issus, csxviii. ; Mallus, 98. Seleucia, 128. 

Tarsus, 165. lP 1^^* 

Issus, cxxvii. HT Soli, 152. 


Seleucia, 128. 
Soli, 145. 

^ Soli, 152. 


\ . 


( 272 ) 


INDEX III.B. 


COUNTBEMARKS. 


A. 

ATichor.~-Tarcojndimotus^ 237, 
Aplustre: — Elaeiissa-Sebaste, 236. 
Athena, bust of. — Maviopoiis, 78, 


B. 

Bow in case. — Tansus, 181. 

Bull : with • — Tarsus, 167, With 

Gelenderis, 1)5 ; Issus, 
cxxvii. £. With uncertain sym- 
bol. — Nagidus, 115. 


C. 

Circle containing letter, — Ninica, 
lix., 117. 


E. 

Eagle. — Diocaesarea, Ivi., 72, 73 ; 
Tarsus, 202, 211. 

Eagle and trident, — NagiduSj 114^ 


H. 

Head. — Aegeae, 25 ; Bpiphanea, 76. 
Head, radiate.— Adana, 15 ; Aegeae, 
32; Anazarbiis, 32; Tarsus, 
178, 180. 

N. 

Nike. — Adana, IT; Ninica, 116. 

S. 

Star. — Ninica, 116, 117. 

T, 

Thunderbolt. — Diocaesarea, Ivi., 72, 
73. 

Y. 

Yase. — Hicropolis, cii, 

W. 

Wheel. — Diocaesarea, 74, 75 ; Epi- 
phanea, 76. 



eOUNTERMABKS. 


273 


A'i Syedra, 157. 

A Seleucia, lix., Ixvii., 135-139. 
@ Ninica, iix., Ixvii., 117. 

K Seleucia, 136, 

K Seleucia, Ixvii., 135, 137, 140. 
T Hieropolis, 83 


and bull. — Tarsus, 167. 

I Os/ and bull. — Celenderis, 55 ; Issus, 
cxxvilf. 


^ Epiphanea, 76. 


N I? 


INDEX III.c 


EBAS. 



:112 

Aegeae, cxiii. 


68 

Mopsus, cxi. 

?? 

68 or 67 

Mallus, cxxiv. 

' 

67 

Alexandria ad Tssiini, cxxix. 


67-65 

E p i pb an ea, cxx vi. 


66 

Pornpeiopolis, Ixxiv. 


47 

Aegeae, cxiii. 

. ll. . „ 

19 

Anazarbus, cii/ 

A.D. 

10/11 ? 

Olba, liii. 

,*i 

20 

Anazarbus?, cii, (note 6); Augusta, cviii. 

17 

52-53 

Irenopolis, ixi., Ixii. 

1’ 

74 

Flaviopolis, cvii. 


€T. J€POY OAYMTT. Anazarbiis, cv. 


Uncertain. Cibyra Minor, .xxxiii. ; Tarsus (A ntiochia ad Cydnum), 
Ixxxv, 

Regnal (dynastic). Elaeussa-Sebaste, Ixix. ; Oiba, lii., liii. 

Eegnal (Imperial). Anenmrium, xli.j Irenopolis, Ixii. (note 4); 
Titiopolis, Ixi. 


INDEX IV. A. 


KINGS AND RULERS.. 


A. 

Ajax, son of Teucer. Olba, Lalassis 
and Cennatis, xxix., lii., 119. 
Alexander the G reat. Aegeae, cxvi. ; 
Hieropolis - Bambyce, Ixxxy. ; 
Mallus, cxxiii. ; Soli, Ixxiii. 
Alexander I. of Syria. Tarsus,. Ixxxv. 
Amyntas of Galatia. Cilicia,, xxix. 
Derbe, xx. ; Isanra, xxvii. ; 
Laranda, xxi. ; Lycaonia, xvii. 
Antioclius IV.. of Comniagene. 
Aegeae, cxiii. ; Alexandria ad 
Issum, cxxix, ; Anemmium, xL,. 
xli., 41 ; Celeiideris, xlix., 58 ; 
CietiSjXL; Cilicia, xxix. ; Cory- 
cusy ixviii, ; Elaeussa-Sebaste, 
Ixix. ; Irenopolis % Ixi. ; Laca- 
natisy Ixii, } Laranda, xxi. ; 
Lycaonia, xviii. ; Niiiicaly Iviii. 
Aiitiochus IV. of Syria. Adana, 
xcviii., 15;^ Alexandria ad 
Issum, cxxix., 29 y Cilicia, 
xxviii. ; Hieropolis, ci., 82 ; 
Mopsus, cix., 103 ; Seleucia, 
Ixiv. ; Tarsus, Ixxxv,, 177. 
Antioclius IX. of Syria. Tarsus, 
Ixxxv. 


Antipater of Derbe. D'crbe, xx. ; 
Laranda, xxi. 

Antonins, M. 1 Soli-Pompeiopoiis, 
Ixxiv. (note 6), 153. 

Arehelaus L of Cappadocia, Cilicia,, 
xxix. Elaeussa-Sebaste, Ixix. 
Laranda^. xxi. ; Lycaonia,. xviii.. 
Arehelaus 11. Cilicia, xxix.; La- 
randa, xxi. f Lycaonia,, xviii., 

B. 

BelesySy Ixxxi.,. Ixxxiv. (note 1).. 

G. 

C’allinicifis. See' Epiphanes. 

D. 

Datames. Tarsus^ 1 xxviii., 167, 168. 
Demetrius I. of Syria ? Ceieiideris, 
xlix. 

Demetrius II. of Syria. ]\Iallus, 
cxxiii. 101. 


276 


INDjEI IY,A. 


E. 

Epiphanes and Callinicus of Comma- 
gene. Lacanatis, Ixii, ; Laranda, 
xxi.; Lycaonia, xviiL; Selinus, 
xxxvii, 

Euagoras II. of Salamis, Ixxxii. 


I. 

lotape, daughter of Antiochns lY. 
of Commagene, xxx , xxxvii. 
(note 1), Ixx. (note 2). 
lotape, wife of Antioehus IV. of 
Commagene, xxxvi.; Elaeussa- 
Sebaste, Ixix. ; Selinu.Sy xxxvii. 


M. 

Mazaens. Issus, cxxviii. ; Magarsus 
cxxiv. (note 5); Soli, Ixxiii.* 
TarsuS; (fee., Ixxxi., 169 


P. 

Pharnabaziis, Nagidus,xlii.; Tarsus, 
Ixxviii., 164-166. 

Philopator. xxix., ci., exxx., 237. 

Polemo L of Pont us. Lycaonia, 

xvii. ; Cilicia, xxix. 

Polemo 11. of Poiitus, Cilicia, xxix., 
xxx. ; Lalassis and Cennatis, liii. 

Polemo, M. Antonius. Olba, Lalassis 
and Cennatis, xxix., liii., 123. 

Pompeins, Gn . — Soii-Pompeiopolis, 
Ixxiv., 152. 

S. 

Syennesis IV. Tarsus, Ixxvii. 


T. 

Tareondimotus. xxix., ci., exxx., 
237. 

Tiribazus, Issus, cxxvii. f., 90; 
Mallus, exxii. ; Soli, Ixxiii., 
148 ; Tarsus, ixxviii., 164, 


277 


INDEX IY.b. 


MAGISTRATES’ NAMES ON AUTONOMOUS COINS. 


A. 

A IH Na gidus, xliv. (note 1, 

no. 1), 113. 

AO Nagidus, xliv. (note 1, no. 13), 
114; Seleiicia, 130 ; Soli, 145. 

A0A Soli, Ixxiii. (note 3). 

AOH Nagidus, 114 (note 1) ; 
Seleucia, 128-130. 

AOH Al Nagidus, xliv. (note 
1, no. 4). 

AO H N A I O Y Seleucia, Ixi v. (note 
2), Ixv. (note 2). 

AOH PY Nagidus, xliv, (note 
l,no. 5). 

AOH SEP Na gidus, xliv. (note 
l,no. 3), 113. 

AOH TP Nagidus, xliv. (note 1, 
no. 6). 

AO AA Seleucia, 130. 

AK Cory CHS, 66. 

AAK MHN€MA Soli-Pompeio- 
polis, 153. 

AM Tarsus, 167. 

AMI Issus, 90. 

AN CoryciiSj G6 ; Tarsus, 180, 


ANT Aegeae, 22. 

AP or PA Celenderis, 63. 

APO Nagidus, xliv. (note 1, no. 
15); Soli, 149. 

[A]POA Nagidus, xliv. (note 1, 
no. 16). 

APO A Soli, 149. 

APOAAHNI Soli, 149. 
APOAAnNIAHZ Tarsus, 
Ixxxvi. (note 6), 182. 

API5TOY Epiphanea, cxxvi. 
(note 1). 

APCAKOY Tarsus, IxxxvL (note 
6), 182. 

AS Celenderis, 58; Tarsus, 180. 
AZK PAY Tarsus, 179. 


r 

PA PEMINOY Adana, xcix. 
P€ Tarsus, 179. 

PEMINOY, A 10. PA. Adana, 
xcix. 

PAY Seleucia, 129? j Tarsus, 179. 


278 


IKDEX IV.K. 


A. 

AH, ETTI Corycus, Ixvii. (note 5). 
AHMHTPlOY Seleueia, Ixv. 
(note 1); ERI AHMHTPI 

OY ihid. (note 2). 

Al Nagidus, xiiv. (note I, no. 4). | 
Al A0 Seleueia, 130. 

Al , ETT I Corycus, Ixvii. (note 5), 
A I HPA Seleueia, 130. 

Al N I AN Corycus, 66. 

AlO Adana, xeix. ; Elaeussa, 234 ; 

Nagidus, xliv. (note 1, no. 11). 
AlO 0EO Tarsus, 179. 
AlOCKOrPIAOY Seleueia, Ixv. 
(note 2), 

AI04> HPA Seleueia, 129. 

A T Corycus, 66. 

E. 

EMI Aegeae, 21. 

€ni r€ Tarsus, 179. 

EP Aegeae, 21, 22; Olba, 119; 
Elaeussa, 235. 

EP, Em Corycus, Ixvii. (note 5). 
EP TTO EP Corycus, 66. 

EY Nagidus, xliv. (note 1, no. 12), 
114; Seleueia, 128, 130, 

EY AO Nagidus, xiiv. (note I, 
no. 13). 

EY AlO Nagidus, xliv. (note 1, 
no. 11). 

EYMA Adana, xeix., 16. 

XH Nagidus, xliv. (note 1, no. 1), 
113. 


I ZHNUN OE Adana, xeix. 
i XO P4>A Nagidus, xliv. (note 

' 1, no. 22). 

xn [AJPOA Nagidus, xliv. 
(note 1, no. 16). 

xn KA Nagidus, xliv (note I, 
no. 18), 114. 

XII MO Nagidus, xliv. (note I, 
no. 10). 

XI2 PAP Nagidus, xliv, (note 

1, no. 17). 

XI2 PO AY Nagidus, xiiv. (note 
1, 110. 9), 114. 


: H.,, 

HOA (= AOH 1) Seleueia, 130. 
hah Tarsus, 181, 

HPA Seleueia, 129, 130. 

HP^ fAPl Corycus, 66. 


O. 

OE Adana, xeix. ; Elaeussa, 234 
Soli-Pompeiopolis, 152. 

0EO Tarsus, 179. 

GH Nagidus, xliv. (note I, no. 7), 
114. 


I A Adana, 15. 

IN (or Nl) Oiba, 119. 
fZ Cedenderis, 57. 

IZI Adana, 15; Elamissa, 235. 
IZI @E Elaeussa, 234. 


JIAGISTEATES’ NAMES. 


279 


K. 

KAA Selencia, 129, 130. 

KA Ml Tarsus, 180. 
KATTITIINOC Seleucia, Ixv. 
(note 1). 

KA Nagidus, xliv. (note 1, no. 18), 
114. 

KPITI(K)OY Tarsus, Ixxxvi. 
(note 6). 

KYNTI , €ni Seleucia, Ixv. 

(note 2). 


A. 

A A Seleucia, 130. 

AE Celendevis, 57. 

AYCAN Adana, xcix., 16. 
AYZIA Tarsus, Ixxxvi. (note 6), 
183. 


M. 

MAEIMOY NIKOAAOY 

Tarsus, Ixxxvi. (note 6), 182, 
183. 

MAHI NIKOAA Tarsus, 182. 

M€N€AHM. [TIM]0©€0Y 

Iconium, xxiv. 

M€N€. TIMO. Iconium, xxiv. 
MH N€M A ? Soli-Pompeiopolis, 
158. 

Ml Tarsus, 180. 

MO Nagidus, xliv. fTiote 1 , nos. 
8, 10), 114. 

MOY Adana, 16. 


N. 

NA Soli-Pompeiopolis, 152. 

N I or IN Olba, 119. 

N I Soli, 145. 

Nl GE NA Soli-Pompeiopolis, 
152. 

NIKA Adana, xcix. 
NIKOAAOY Tarsus, 182, 183. 
NIKOMH Apgeae, cxiii. (note 6). 
NKI KAA Seleucia, 129, 130. 


XENAPXOY Seleucia, Ixiv. (note 
2), Ixv. (note 1). 


O. 

OKITIPE? Celenderis, xlviii. 
(note 1). 

OPTYrO0HPA? Tarsus, Ixxxvi., 
182. 


n. 

PA or AP Celenderis, 53. 

PAP Nagidus, xliv. (note 1, no. 
17). 

TTO EP Corycns, 66. 

nOACMAPXOY Seleucia, Ixv, 
(note 2), 180, 

nOAEMUNOZ Seleucia, Ixv. 
(note 2). 


280 


INDEX IV.B. 


rOAY Nagidus, xliv, (note 1, 
110 . 9 ), 114. 

PY Nagidus, xliv. (note 1, nos. 5, 
14, 20). 

tty Celenderis, xlix. 

PY 0H Nagidus, xliv. (note 1, 
no. 7), 114. 

PY MO Nagidus, xliv. (note 1, 
no. 8), 114. 


P. 

P<|>A Nagidiw, xliv. (note 1, no. 22). 


x 

XA Seleucia, 129, 130. 

ZAN, CAN Celenderis, I., 57, 58. 
5EP Nagidus, xliv. (note 1, no. 3), 

113. 

SI Nagidus, xliv. (note 1, no. 19), 

114. 


CI KYOC Tarsus, Ixxxvi. (note 6). 
Xfi Seleucia, 129. 


T. 

TA'it HAP Tarsus, 181. 

T€ AlO Adana, xcix. 
TCNONTOC Tansus, Ixxxvi. 
(note 6), 182. 

Tl Nagidus, xliv. (note 1, no. 6) ; 
Soli, 147. 

TIMO Iconiuni, xxiv. 
[TIM]Oe€OY Iconiuni, xxiv. 
TOA PY Nagidus, xliv. (note 
1, no. 20). 

TOA 11 Nagidus, xliv. (note 1, 
no. 19), 114. 


♦ lAO Tarsus, 182. 



( 281 ) 


INDEX IV.c. 


LOCAL MAGISTRATES’ NAMES ON 
IMPERIAL COINS. 


A A Pompeiopolis, 154. 

AAK A\HN6MA Pompeiopolis, 153. 
BOH Aegeae, 23. 

AH A A KA Pompeiopolis, 154. 

AIOAH, EHI Olba, 122, 123. 

AlOCKOVPIA Seleiicia, 131. 

KA Pompeiopolis, 154. 

NEnNO, EHI Olba, 123. 

4)H ? Aegeae, 23. 



INDEX V 



ROMAN MAGISTRATES^' NAMES. 


ANNIOC Iconium, xxiv., note 5. 
A<i>P€iNOY, eni Iconium, xxiv.^ note 5. 


INDEX VI. 


ENGRAVERS’ NAMES. 



No names of ihis class occur on the coins described in this volume. 


( 283 ) 


INDEX VII. 


REMAEKABLE 

(A.) 

A. 

AAP., AAPI., AAPIAN., AA 
PIANH, AAPIANHC oi 
AAPIANX2N Adana, xcix. 
17 f. ; Aegeae, cxiv., 23, 26 ; 
Diocaesarea, Ivi., 71 f. ; Ger- 
manicopolis, lx., 81 ; Mopsus, 
cxL, 105 f.; Olba, Iv., 126; 
Tarsus, Ixxxviii., 185 f. 

AAPI AN I A Tarsus, xciii. 

AAPIANIOC OIKOYM6NI- 

KOC Anazarbus, cv. 

AAPIANOnOA(€)ITWN Ze- 

phyrium, Ixxvi., 233. 

AAPIANIIN See AAP. 

AGE Soli, Ixxi. (note 4), 151. 

AGHNH, HAAAAC Tarsus, 
Ixxxix. 

AIXINA See€ICAinNA. 
A.K.M. SeeA.M.K. 

AKTIA Tarsus, xciii. 

AA€HANAP. AN. C€0. AA. 

Tarsus, Ixxxviii,, 202, 


INSORIPTIOXS. 


GREEK. 

AAEEANAPOY See AHM- 
and AnP€A. 

AAEZANAPOYHOAIC Adana, 
xcix., 26 ; Aegeae, cxiv. 

A . M . K . Anazarbus, civ., 34 f. ; 

Tarsus, Ixxxviii., 194 if. 

A • M . K • X • Anazarbus, civ., 40. 
AM<l>IAOXOY, MAA. lEP. 
TTOA. (or TOY) GEOY 
Mallus, cxxiv. 

AN.K.r.X. See ANXnNINI- 
ANHC. 

A.NAYAPX. -SecCEBA-l. 
AN0M0YP€(x)N Anemurium, 
xli. (note 2). 

ANNIAN AITPOYCKIAA- 

AN C€ Tansus, 224. 

ANTIOXEilN TilN HPOE 
TUI KYANni Tarsus, 
Ixxxv, 177. 

ANTIOXEilN TXIN HPOS 
Till ZAPill Adana, xcviii. 
ANTI2N€INtANHCK.T.X. See 
ANTHNINIANHC. 



284 


INDEX VII. 


ANTUNCINIANOYnOA? 

Tarsus, Ixxxviii. 

ANTilNEINOY AHMI- 

OYPriA. 

ANTilNeiNQYnOA. Adana, 
xcix., 18; Tarsus, Ixxxviii., 
196, 197. 

ANTflNIANHC Tarsus, 
Ixxxviii., 195, 197 f. 

ANTnN[INIAN?]A HPilTA 
T^.C OIKOYM€NHC 

Anazarbus, cv., 35. 

ANTIlNINIANHCorANTn- 
NINIANX2N 01ba,lv.,126; 
Mopsus, cxi. ; Tarsus, Ixxxviii., 
195, 202. 

ANTnNINOY,-r.T.X. ,SeeAN- 
TnN€!NOY 

Ano err. &eAnP€A. 
APXIEPEHS 01ba,liii., 119f. 
AZ. See AZYAOZ «.T.X. 
ACKAHTTIOC, l€POC 0|K- 
OYM6NIKOC Aegeae,cxvi. 
AZYAOZ, AZYAOY: AC(YA- 
OC) AYT(ONOMOC) NA- 
Y A PX I C Elaeussa - Sebaste, 
Ixxi., 236. THZ lEPAZ 
KAI AZYAOY Aegeae,21; 
Hieropolis, ci. ; Mopsus, cxi.; 
Seleucia, Ixvi. 

AYCyovora) Tarsus, Ixxxix., 188. 
AYrOYCTtA Tarsus, xciii. 

AY {pr'M) ANTIIN I N I {avd) 

Tarsus, xciii. 

AY., AYTO., AYTONOMOY 
orAYTONOMjQN Anazar- 
bus 1, civ. ; Coiycus, Ixviii., 67 f. 

AC(YAOC) AYT(ONO- 
MOC) NAYAPXfC Elae- 


ussa-Sebastc, Ixxi., 236. THZ 
lEP.KAI AZ. AY., Seleucia, 
Ixvi. THZ lEPAZ KAI 
AYTONOMOY Aegeae, 
cxiv., 20 f . ; Elaeiissa-Sebaste, 
Ixix. ; Mopsus, cx., 103 ; Se- 
leiicia, ixix. 


B. 

BOHeOY Tarsus, Ixxxix., 185. 
B.N. Tarsus, xcv., 198. 

BOYAH Tarsus, ixxxix., 188. 

'T 

rAAAKi^rcov), A API. OYAA. 

Mopsus, cxi., 108. 
r. B. Anazarbus, civ., 34 f. Tarsus, 
xc., xcv., 192 1 

r. r. Anazarbus, civ., 38 f.; Tarsus, 
xc., 229, 230. 

r. €nAPX€IilN, MHTPO- 
nOA€nC TUN Tarsus, 
ixxxviii. 

r. €TT. TT. Tarsus, Ixxxviii., xci. 

TN. nOMUHIOC Soii-Pom- 
peiopolis, 153. 

r. IT. Tarsus, xci., xcv. (note 9), 
xcviii. (note 1). 

r. TT. B. Tarsus, xei., xcv. (note 9). 

TY M N A C I A PX I A Anazarbus, 

cv., 40 ; Colybrassus, xxxiv. ; 
Syedra, 158, ioi. 

A. 

A. €. Tarsus, xcv., 197* 


EISMABKADLE IKSCKIPTIONS. 


285 


A. €■ K- Tarsus, xcv., 195. 
A6KIANWN Mopsus, cxi., 108. 

A€KtOC OIKOYM€NIKOC 

Aiiazarbus, cv. 

AHM. AA6HANAPOY Tar- 
sus, xciii., xcviii., 203. 

AHMAPX.EH. YTTAT. T or 

E. Tarsus, xc. 

AHMHTPIA Tarsus, xov. 
AHMH Tarsus, xcviii. (note 1). 

AHMlOYPriA ANTilNCI- 

NOY Auazarbus, civ., 34, 

AHMO., AHMOC Taisus, 
Ixxxix., 188, 190. 

AlO., OIK. Adana, c., 18. 

AlOC ? Tarsus, Ixxxix. 

A!C NCnKOPOY Tarsus, 
Ixxxviii., 19.1, 193. 

AYNACTOY Olba, 123, 124. 
AI2P6A Aegeae, exv. ; Mopsus, 
cxii.; Side (Painphylia), exv. 
(note 6). 

AnP€A AA€XANAPOY(s/c). 

Tarsus, xcv., xcvii., 202. 
AnPEAl Mopsus, cxii. (note 6). 

AHPEA C€ITOY AOO 
EFY. Tarsus, xcv., xcvii. 


€. 

erY. see AnP€A CEITOY. 

€0[N]OYCC] 1 Tarsus, Ixxxvi. 
(note 6). 

EGNOYC, MHTPOTTO- 
A€nC (TOY) Auazarbus, 
ciii. Tarsus, Ixxxviii. 


61C AiriNA TOYC KY- 
PIOYC Tarsus, xcv,, 229. 
EKKAH(<r<'a) Aegeae, cxvi. 
€A€Y0€PAC Seleucia, Ixvi., 
135f. 

€AeY06PON KOINOBOY- 
AION Auazarbus, civ., 37 ; 
Tarsus, Ixxxix., xoii. 

ENA., 6NAOZ., ENAOSOY 

Anazarbus, civ., 34 f. 

ENAOZOTEPAC, CEMNHC 

Sjcdra, xxxvi., 160, 161. 

EN KOAPITAIC OPOIC 
KIAIKUN Tarsus, xciii. 
ETTAPXEIWN, KOINOC TOJN 
TPIWN See KOINOC 
ETTA PXI KO) N Tarsus, xoii., 208. 

ETTINEIKIA Anazarbus, cv., 35 •, 
Tarsus, xciii., xciv. 

ETri<l>. KECAP Mopsus, 108. 

ET. lEPOY OAYMU. Ana- 
zarbus, cv., 38. 

€Yr(€voi59) Aegeae, cxiv., 24 f. 
6YC6BC0N Zepli}riuin, Ixxvi. 

eYT. eYC. C€B. Tarsus, 
xe., 222. 

H. 

HPAS Tarsus, xc. 

HPilC, ANTINOOC Tarsus, 
Ixxxix., 189. 


0 . 

0E. see 0EO<|>. 

0EA ^AY . Fkviopolis, 79. 


286 


INDEX VII. 


0€MIA . Corycus, Ixviii., 69. 
©€MIC Syedra, xxxvi., 160. 

©€ O r A M I A ? Coiycus, Ixviii. 

(note 4). Tai’sus, xcv. 

©EOY AM<l>IAOXOY, MAA. 
lEP. nOA. (or TOY). 

Mallus, cxxiv. 

©60YC rOPAIANOYC 
C€M. PnM. A<I>PI. 
C€BB Aegeae, cxiv. (note 9). 
©€OY TPAI(avoC) Selinus, 
xxxviii., 143. 

©€0<!>., ©€0<1>IA0YC Aegeae, 
cxiv., 26. 

©€n cnxHPi K. ©€n 

©eA€C4>opn(sic) Aegeae, 
cxvi. 


I. 

lAKXH, N€n Tarsus, Ixxxix., 
189. 

I. A. NAYAPX. Elaeussa- 
Sebaste, Ixx. (note 3). 

I€P(A) AC(YAOC) AYT(0- 
NOMOC) NAYAPXIC 

Elaeussa-Sebaste, Ixxi. 236. 

I€PAC Hyde, XX. THE 
lEPAC Olba, 123, 124; 
Selinus, xxxvii., xxxviii., 143. 
TH2 lEPAZ KAl AYY- 

AOY Aegeae, cxiv., 21; Hiero- 
polis, ci. THZ lEP. KAl 
AZ . AY . Seleucia, Ixvi,, 
13L THZ lEPAZ KAl 
AYTONOMOY Aegeae, 
cxiv., 20f. Elaeu'ssa, Ixix.; 
cx., 103 ; Seicixcia, Ixix. 


1€P:0|K. Adana, c., 18. 

I € PO C Hieropolis, cii. ; Anazar- 
bus, cv. 

|€POC IC€(Xaa-Tt/cos) Anazarbus, 
'■cv. ■ 

I6POC 01KOYM6NIKOC 

Anazarbus, cv., 35. 

lePOC 01 K 0 YM 6 NI KOC 

ACKAHTTIOC Aegeae, cxvi. 

t€POY OAYMn., €T. Auu- 

zarbus, cv., 38. 

lEP. nOA. (or TOY) ©EOY 
AM<t>IAOXOY Mallus, 

cxxiv. 

ICAYPIA Tarsus, xcii., 193. 
ISSAION ^ Issus, cxxviii. 
IS§l[KON]? Issns, cxxviii. 

ICCON, AA€ZANAP€nN 

KAT Alexandria ad Issum, 
30. 


K. 

KA ICA — N ? Barata, xix. 
(note 2). 

KAICAPEX2N Anazarbus, ciii., 
31 f. 

KAl. THN npoc Tn 

ANAZA. Anazarbus, 33. 
[KAPIA] Tarsus, xcii. 

KACTABAA€ilN Hieropolis, 
84. 

KAT ICCON, AA€HAN- 
A P € n N Alexandria ad 

Issum, 30. 

K . € • K . Anazarbus, ciii., 34. 

KH., MH. Olba, 126. 


REMATIKABLE IKSCRIFnONS. 


287 


m% 01 K\% TITIOnOA€l' 
TflN Titiopolis, ixL 
KHTIAOC Pliiladelpliia, Ixiiu, 
127. 

KHTWN MHTPO., THC 

Coropissiis, 65. 

KIHTIAOC, THC , Philadel- 
pliia, Ixiii., 127. 

KIHTOIN MHTPOnO., 

THC Coropissus, 65, 
KIAIKAPXIAC Tarsus, xcii. 
KIAIKIA Tarsus, xcii., 1D3. 

See also KO|NO|, KOINOC. 
KIAIKION Tarsus, Ixxviii. 

KIAIKnN,OPOIC Tarsus, xciii., 
xcv. (note 7). 

KAAYACIKONICOJN Iconiimi, 
xxiv., 4. 

KAAY. A€PB. Berbe, xx, 
KOAPITAIC (KOAPireC), 

€N Tarsus, xciii. 

KOI. AYKAONIAC, KO|N. 
AYKAONIAC Barata, 2; 

Dalisandus, 3 ; Derbe, xx. ; 
Ilistra, 8; Savatra, xxii. 

KOINOBOY., €A€Y0€PON 

Anazarbus, civ., 37. 

KO I N o B o Y A I O N Anazarbus, 
civ., 33 ; Tarsus, ixxxix., xcii., 
19G, 197. 

KOINOI KIAIKIAC Tarsus, 
191, xci. (note 2). 

KOI NON Laranda, 9. 

KOINON AAAAZEIiN KAI 
KEN N ATIIN Lalassis, liv. 
KOINON AYKAONIAC Ba- 
rata, 2; Dalisandus, 3 j Hyde, 
XX. j Ilistra, 8. 


KOINOC KIAIKIAC Tarsus, 

ixxxvii., xci., xciv. (note 1), 
185, 190, 191, 198. 

KOINOC TOIN TPIWN EH- 
APXEIWN Tarsus, xci., 200. 
KOMOAEIOC Tarsus, xciii., 192. 
KOMOA€lOC OIKOYM€NI- 
KO[C] Tarsus, 192. 
KOMOAIANHC Tarsus, 
Ixxxviii., 191. 

KOMOAIANIIN Aegeae, cxiv., 
23. 

KOPAIA Tarsus, xev. 

KOPOl C€BACT0Y Tarsus, 
xc., 191. 

K TT Tarsus, 209. 

KYANOC 'J [’arsus, Ixxxix., 189, 
196. 

KYPlOYC Seeeic AIXINA 


A. 

AAMWTIAOC, MHTPOTT. 

(THC) Lamus, xxxix., xl. 
AYKAONIA Tarsus, xcii., 193. 
See also KOI., KOIN., KOI- 
NON. 


M. 

M-, MA. Mallus, cxxi. f. 

A\A? AAPI. MOYEATUN 

Mopsns, 107. 

MA . €V . TTI . ©€ . Aegeae, 
24,25. 


288 


INDEX VII. 


MAK€. €Yr€N . niCT[H]C 

e€ 0 (i>. ncgklojpoy 

Aegeae, cxiv., 26. 

MAKP(€)INIANHC Tarsus, 
Ixxxviii., 200. 

MAKPeiNIANflN Adana, 
xcix. 

MAKP(€)INOYnO. Aegeae, 
cxiv., 24. 

MCAA]. lEP. TTOA. ©EOY 

AM<I>I AOXOY Mal!uR,cxxiv. 

MAA. lEP. TOY GEOY AM- 
<|)IAOXOY Mallus, cxxiv. 
MA[AAi2]THZ Mallus, cxxii. 
MAAP. Mallus, cxxi. 

MAN A. Myus, xlvi. 

MAP., MAPA., MAPAO.,MA- 
PA OTA N Mallus, cxxi. f. 

MAEIMCINIANXIN Adana, 
xcix. 

MAHIMIANUN Adana, xcix., 
18. 

M€CI ? riaviopolis, cvii. (note fi). 

M. evr TTI. 0€O<|>. Ae^?eao, 

24, 25. 

MHTPO., MHTPOTrOA€nC 
(MHTPOnOA€OC) k.t.A. 

Anazarbus, ciii., 34 ff. ; Elae- 
u-^sa-Sebaste, Ixix. ; Isaitra, 13, 
34; Laranda, xxi., 9; Tarsus, 
Ixxxvii. f., xc., 183 If. 

MH (MHT., MHTPO ) K€N 
NATIA., (K€NNATnN 

K€ N AT.) 1) iocaesaren, 1 vi . , 
73 f. 

MH. KH Olba, 125, 126. 
MHTPOTT. AAM WTIAOC 

Lanins, xxxix., xL 


MHTPOnOAGflC TflN T 
€TTAPX€inN Tarsus, 
Ixxxviii. 

MHTP. THC AAMCx). Lamus, 
xl. 

MOM^GATWN Mopsus , 1 08 . 

M O Y E AT H N TTO A E N C 

Mopsus, cxi., 105, 106. 


N. 

NATIAIKON Nagidus, xlii., 
109 f. 

NAYAPXIC, NAYAPXIAOC 

Aegeae, cxiv., 27, 28; Corycus, 
lxviii., 69, 70; Elaeussa-Sebaste, 
Ixx., Ixxi., 235, 236. 

N€ I K H. C€B ACTH Laodicea 
Conibusta, xxiii. 

N60KOPOY Aegeae, 26; Tarsus, 
ixxxviii., 189. 

N€P. TPAI. C€AL Selinus, 

XXX vii. 

N€ft lAKXfl Tarsus, Ixxxix., 
189. 

N€I2KOPOY Aegeae, cxiv., 26, 
27 ; Anazarlnis, civ. ; Tarsus, 
Ixxxviii., ' 189. • ' 'AlC NG'H-: 
KOPOY , , .Tarsus, Ixxxviii, 
xc., 191, 192. 

N€f2 TTYeia Tarsus, Ixxxix,, 
189. 

A/IKH 3\lal]us, 100. 


O, 

■GIK. AlO. Adana, c., ' 18 . 
OIK., I€P. Adana, c., 18 . 


EEMAEKABLl INSCEIPTIONS. 


289 


0|K0YM€NHC, antunci- 
NIAN]A nPXlTA THC 

Aiiazai'bus, 35. 

0|K0YM€NIK0C Aegeae, cxvi,; 
Ariazarbus, cv., 35 ; Mopsus, 
108; Tarsus, xciii., 192^ 220. 
OKITIPE Celenderis, xlviii. 
(note 1). 

OABOC Diocaesarea, Ivi. 
OAMITIKON Holmi, ]i. 
OAVMTT., €T. lEPOV Ana- 
zarbns, cv,, 38. 

OAYMTTIA Ajiazarbus, cv. ; Tar- 
sus, xciii., xciv. 

OAYMTTIOC (title of Hadrian). 

Tarsus, xc., 187, 188. 
O.M.A.K.K. Tarsus, xcv., 198. 
OMONOIA Olba, 126. 
OMONOIA CEBACTHN Soli- 
Ponipeio polls, Ixxv. ; Tarsus, 
xcv., 191. 

[OPEOIC KIAIKIAC] Tarsus, 
xciv. (note 1). 

OPOIC KIAiKjQN Tarsus, 
xciii., xcv. (note 7). 

O PTY rO0 H PA Tarsus, Ixxxvi., 
182. 

OVAA. TAAAI. MO(M)- 
YeATflN, AAPI . Mop- 

sus, cxi., 108. 


n. 


UHTH COYNIAC Soli- 
Pompeiopolis, Ixxv., 153. 

TTI . (TF.) ©€0<t>. Aegeae, 

cxiv., 24, 25. 

ntCTHC Aegeae, cxiv. 

nOAEWC, MOYEATWN 

Mopsus, cxi., 105, 106. 

nOMTTHIOC, TN. Soli- 
Pompeiopolis, 153. 

TT. TT. Mopsus, 105, 106; 
Seleucia, Ixvii., 131, 132 ; Soli- 
Pompeiopolis, Ixxv., 155, 156 ; 
Tarsus, Ixxxix., 187 If. ; Z,ephy- 
rium, 233. 

nPflTA THC OIKOYM6- 

NHC Anazarbus, cv., 35. 

TT. C. P. A. €. T. Elaeussa- 
Sebaste, Ixxi., 236. 

TTY©m, N€X2 Tarsus, Ixxxix., 
189. 

TTYPAMOC Aegeae, exv.; [Ana- 
zarbus, cv.] ; Mopsus, exii. 


P. 

PIIM. TPOTT. K. e. K., 
€NA. MHT. Anazarbus, 
civ., 34. 


■ s. ■ 

C € Scdeucia, Ixvi., 132, 134. 

C€BA. I. A. NAYAPX. 

Elaeiissa-Stibaste, Ixx. (note 5). 

C6BACMIA Anazarbus, cv. 
CEBACTH Elatussa-Sebasto, 
Ixx., 235, 236. 


TTAAAAC AeHNH Tarsus, 
Ixxxix. 

TTATPnOC Tarsus, Ixxxix. 
TT.A.C.6.P.T. Elaeussa- 
Sebaste, Ixx., 236. 



V p 


290 


INDJBX VII. 


C€BACTH N€IKH Laodieea 

Coiubusta, xxiii. 

CeBACTXlN ;S'ceOMONOIA. 
C€B. AAPANAenN MHT. 

Larsmda, xxi., 9. 

CeiTOC Tarsus, xiii., xcv., xcvii., 
199. See also . 

ZEAEYKEflN TUN HPOZ 
Xm nYPAMIil Mop- 

susj oix., 103. 

C€A€VK T. n. KAA . T • 

l€P * Seloucia, 102. 

C€AI Selimis, xxxvii. (note 6). 

C6MNHC 6NAOZOT6PAC 

Syedra, xxxvi., 1(50, 161. 

C€M. PnM. A<|)PI. C€BB., 
eeoYC ropAiANOYC 

Aegeae, cxiv. (note 9). 

C60, C€OVH. SeeCEy.&c. 
C€YHP€IA Tarsus, xciii., xciv, 
C€V., CeVHPIANHC, C€VH- 
PIANI2N Adana, xcix., 18 ; 
Acgcae, cxiv., 24; Tarsus, 
Ixxxviii., 192 f. 

cn, TiTionoAcixnN 

Titiopolis, Ixi. 

SOAIKON, SOAION Soli, 

Ixxii., Ixxiii., 146, 147. 

COYNIAC, nHTH Soli- 

Pompeiopolis, Ixxv., 153. 
CVNT€A.OC? Seleucia, 137. 
CilTHPI, Aegeae, cxvi. 


T. 

T. A- M. K. Anazarbiis, civ., 39. 
TEJPmAlOY cxxii. (note 5), 
cxxviii. 


(T}€A€C<i)Opn, ecn Aegeae, 

■■ cxvi., 

TEPSIKON Tarsus, Ixxviii. , 
Ixxx., Ixxxi., 166. 

THC l€PAC «.T.X. See lEPAC 
THG KHTIAOC k.t.X. 
KHTIAOC, KIHTIAOC 

THC MHTPOnOAenC Tar- 
sus, Ixxxviii., 201 f. 

THC TTAPAAIOY Antiocliia, 
xxxix., 

TIM. Aiiazarbus, civ. 
TOnAPXOY Olba, 119 f. 
TOYC KYPlOYC -Sec €IC 
AlflNA 

TPA IAN OTTO, Epiphanea, 
cxxvi. 

TPAI. (TPAIANO) C€AI- 
NOY- Seiinus, xxxvii., 143. 

TPICON €TTAPX€IGaN, KOI- 
NOC TOON 6'eeKOINOC 

TPOTT(aio<^o'pov) Aiiazarbus, civ., 
34. 

TYXH TAPCOY Tarsus, 
Ixxxix., 194. 

TilNAil (TilNAXlNI) Nagi- 
dus, xliv. (note 1), xlv., 113. 

TUN TTPOC Xni KAAY- 
KAANni Beleucia, ixiv., 
128 f. 

TflN npoc Till TTYPA- 

Mni JHoropolis, ci., 82 f. ; 
Moiwus, 103. 

xnN TTPoz Tni lApm 

See ANTIOXEXIN 
TOON TPIOON €TTAPX€I00N 
See KOINOC 


EEMAllKABtE INSCSICTIONS. 


291 


Y. 

YAHC l€PAC Hyde, XX, 

<|)IAANTn[N|OY] Tarcondi- 
niotu!?, cxxx., 237. 

X. 

X ZepliyriiiTO, 232. 


« ^ K€NN Olba, Iv., 126. 
- OPON Corycus, 67. 


(B.) 

A. 

ADRIA COL. Icoaium, 5. 


C. 

COL. AEL. ADR. loonium. 5. 
COL. ICO. Icouiuin 5. 

COL. IVL. AVG. FEL. Nl- 
NICA CLAVDIOPOLIS 

Niuica, Iviii., 116. 

CO. IVL. AV. Nagi- 

du8, xlvi. 

COLONIA MALLO Mallus, 
102 . 

COL. NINIC. CLAVD- 

Niiiicaj 117. 


Marks op Value. 

r (3) Carallia, xxxii.; Colybrassns, 
xxxiv., 63; Laertes, xxxiv., 1)2. 

(6 assaria) Soli-Ponipeiopolis, 
Ixxv., 155, 156. 

H (8) Carallia, xxxii., 48 ; lotapc, 
86; Irenopoiis, lxi.,89; Laertes, 
xxxiv., 91 ; Byedra, xxxvi. 

AH assaria) Barata, xix. (note 

2 ). 

I A (10 assaria) Carallia, xxxii., 48 ; 
Casae, xxxii., 50 ; Colybra.ssu8, 
xxxiv., 62,63; Laertes, xxxiv., 
92 ; Lyrbe, xxxv. ; Syedra 
xxxvi., 159-161. 


LAXm. 

D. 

A€l AMFILOCHI Mallti.s, 
cxxiv. 


I. 

IVL. AVG. COL. PARLAIS 

Parkis, xxvi., 11. 


S. 

SACRA SINATUS Mall US, 

cxxiv., 101. 

S. C. Mallus, 102. 

S. R. Icouium, xxiv., 5 f. 


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INDEX VII. 


(C.) AEAMAIC AND PHOENICIAN. 



Tarsus^ ixxx., 168. 


(H) Tarsus, 175. 


(3?) Tarsus, 169. 

h(^ 

Tarsus, 171. 


Tarsus, 165 f. 

S 

(T) Tarsus, 171. 

o- 

(?) Tarsus, 172. 

HIH 

(•^bn) Tarsus, Ixxviii., 164“16(). 

\fhi 

(?') Celenderis, 55. 

HLH 

(“173) Tarsus, Ixxviii., 164, 165. 


(D) Tarsus, 169-172; Magarsus?, cxxiv. 
(note 5). 

H* 

(D) Tarsus, 169. 

^HI‘H 

(n?r3) Tarsus, 169~]73. 


by n ntD) Tarsus, 

Ixxxiii., 170. 


(pD) Tarsus, 170. 


OD) Tarsus, 172. 

1LH4i 

0‘7“ia) Mallus, exxi., 98. 

•\ 

(^) Tarsus, 170. 

i)) 

p3) Tarsus, 172. 

\''l 

(DJ) Tarsus, 171, 172. 


(CD) Tarsus, 172. 

o 

(y) Tar.sus, Ixxxii., 169, 172. 

9 

(3) Tarsus, 173. 

iiym 

cans) Na-rklus, xlii. ; Tarsus, IGI, 165. 


(n) Tarsus, 172. 

4JS 

(Dl) Tarsus, 172. 


(IDnO) Tarsus, Ixxix., 167, 168. 


(1D510) Tarsus, Ixxix., 167. 

•>!> 

(ID) Tarsus, 171. 

iHh 

(m) Tarsus, 162. 


(ranD) Issus,90; Soli, 148; Tarsus, 164. 


REMARKABLE mSCBlPTIOKS. 


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(D.) 

OTHER SCRIPTS. 

/\<\ 

Celeiuieris ?, 54. 


Celenderis?, xlix., (note 4) 

A<\5f- 

Celenderis % xlix. (note 4), 

V 

Malins?, cxviii. f., 96. 

vr 

Maliusl, cxviii. f., 97. 

vn 

Mallus?, cxviii. 1, 97. 


Mallusi, cxix.j 96, 



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The Relative Weights of English Grains and French Grammes. 


Grammes. I Grains. 


Grains. Grammes. |{ Grains. Grammes. 


Gi'ammes. 


5*248 

5*312 

5*378 

5*442 

5*508 

5*572 

5- 637 
5*702 
5 '767 
5*832 
5*81)6 
5 '06 1 
6 026 
61)1)1 
6 156 
6 220 
6*285 
6*350 
6*415 
6*480 
6*544 
6' 609 
6 674 

6 739 
6*804 
6'868 

6- 933 
6*998 
7*063 
7*128 
7*192 
7*257 
7*322 
7*387 
7*452 
7*516 
7*581 
7*646 
7*711 

7 776 


7*840 

7*905 

7- 970 

8- 035 
8*100 
8*164 
8*2*29 

8- 294 
8*359 
8*424 
8*488 
8*553 
8*618 
8*682 
8*747 
8*812 
8*877 
8*942 
9*007 
9*072 

9- 136 
9 200 
9*265 
9*330 
9*305 
9*460 
9*525 
9*590 
9*655 
9*720 
9-784 
9-848 
0*914 
9-978 

10*044 

10*108 

10*173 

10*238 

10*303 

10*368 


2*656 81 

2*720 82 

2*785 83 

2*850 84 

2*915 85 

2*980 86 

3*045 87 

3*110 88 

3*175 89 

3*240 90 

3*304 i 91 
3*368 92 

3*434 ! 93 

3*498 94 

3*564 95 

3*628 96 

3*693 I 97 
3*758 98 

3*823 99 

3*888 100 

3*952 101 

4*017 102 

4*082 103 

4*146 104 

4*211 105 

4*276 106 

4*341 107 

4*406 108 

4*471 109 

4*536 1 110 
4*600 I 111 
4*665 i 112 
4*729 j 113 
4*794 114 

4*859 ! 115 
4*924 * 116 
4*989 I 117 
5*054 I 118 
5*119 ; 119 
5*184 120 


*064 

•129 

•194 

*259 

•324 

•388 

•453 

•518 

*583 

•648 

*712 

•777 

•842 

•907 

•972 

1*036 

MOl 

M66 

1*231 

1*296 

1*360 

1*425 

1*490 

1*555 

1*620 

1*684 

1*749 

1-814 

1*879 

1*944 

2*008 

2*073 

2*138 

2*202 

2*267 

2*332 

2*397 

2*462 

2*527 

2*592 




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TABLE 


TriE Relative Weights op English Grains and French Grammes. 


Grainf-'.l Grammes. jiGrains. Grammes. iGrams. Grammes, j Grains. Grammes. 


10*432 

10*497 

10*562 

10*626 

10*691 

10*756 

10*821 

10*886 

10*951 

11*016 

11*080 

11*145 

11*209 

11*274 

11*339 

11*404 

11*469 

11*534 

11*599 

11*664 

11*728 

11*792 

11*858 

11*922 

11*988 

12*052 

12*117 

12*182 

12*247 

12*312 

12*376 

12*441 

12*506 

12*571 

12*636 

12*700 

12*765 

1*2*830 

12*895 

12-960 


13*024 

13*089 

13*154 

13-219 

13*284 

13*348 

13*413 

13*478 

13*543 

13*608 

13*672 

13*737 

13*802 

13*867 

13*932 

13 996 
14*061 
14*126 
14*191 
14*256 
14*320 

14 385 
14*450 
14*515 
14*580 
14 644 
14 709 
14*774 
14*839 
14*904 
14*968 
15*033 
15*098 
15*162 
15*227 
15*292 
15*357 
15*422 
15*487 
15*552 


15*616 
15*680 
15 745 

15 810 
15*875 
15*940 
16*005 
16070 
16*135 
16*200 
16*264 
16*328 
16*394 
16*458 
16*524 
16*588 

16 653 
16*718 
16*783 
16*848 
16*912 
16*977 
17*042 
17*106 
17*171 
17*236 
17*301 
17*366 
17*431 
17*496 
17*560 
17-625 
17*689 
17-754 
17*819 
17*884 
17*949 
18*014 
18*079 
18*144 


18*79 
19*44 
20*08 
20 73 
21*38 
22*02 
22*67 
23*32 
23*97 
24*62 
25*27 
25 92 
26*56 
27-20 
27*85 
28*50 
29*15 
29*80 
30 45 
31*10 
31*75 
32*40 
33*04 
33*68 
34*34 
34*98 
35*64 
36*28 
36*93 
37*58 
38*23 
38 88 
45*36 
51*84 
58*32 
64*80 
129 60 
194*40 
259-20 
324*00 


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